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    applying decimal points in values?

    HI can i do this?
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    {padding: 1.7%;
     margin: 1.2%;}
    It seems to work in FF and IE.

    ??

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    Seems valid. Does it validate? Main thing I would be concerned about:

    Google: CSS percent rounding errors

    Good question though. Lets see what other folks have to say.

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    Those are valid.
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    i use 0.937em all the time
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    Cool!

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    From the definition of Length in the CSS2.1 spec:
    The format of a length value … is a <number> (with or without a decimal point) immediately followed by a unit identifier (e.g., px, em, etc.). After a zero length, the unit identifier is optional.
    (Emphasis mine.)
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