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EM and PERCENT are both very similar, the only difference between the two can be observed when changing text size on the client browser. Summary In theory, the em and rem units are the new and upcoming standard for font sizes on the web, but in practice, the percent unit seems to provide a more consistent and accessible display for users. Original ...
In terms of behaviour, there is no difference. The difference cited above is simply a buggy browser implementation, in my opinion. I just did a quick test in current Chrome and Firefox, and there is no difference in sizing of child elements : smaller; : larger when the parent is either 1em or 100%. I would very be surprised if this bug was present in any ...
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