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The proliferation of grid systems have made it easy to determine the horizontal layout of a site - column widths and margins are just made to fit into the correct grid spacing.

But what about vertical layout?

Are there any guidelines to determine the relationships between font-sizes, vertical margins, image heights and other vertical alignments?

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\not really a guideline, but there's the Google Labs Browsersize page that'll tell you the average sizes people have browser window set to: – JonW Feb 22 '12 at 16:55
Should be migrated to graphic design – DA01 Feb 22 '12 at 21:24

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