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If you're doing responsive design well, then you're showing appropriate layouts, images, and content for the dimensions of the device viewing the page. This doesn't mean shrinking everything for smaller devices. Instead, it's most often necessary to server different layouts, different images, and sometimes different content for different devices. So the ...


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If the text is being rendered smaller than 7-9 pixels high, it will make just about any font illegible. As there simply isn't enough space to fit the shapes within the pixel grid. If you can serve a vector based version of the text, either as a SVG file or using HTML. You can then control the size of the font independently of the image. Alternatively you ...


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In design school I learned that one should not bold the colon as it is not what one is trying to bring emphasis to. Regarding italics, it seems the rule is determined by which style guide one adheres to. I would generally go with italicizing a colon after and italicized word. More on that: ...



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