any techniques for when sIFR nor graphics will do?
Despite obvious concerns about accessibility, I need to find a way of fixing the font size in tab menus to avoid it breaking when user resizes text in their browser.
I have tried sIFR and then realised that you CAN resize font. Great news for accessibility, but not for my situation. I can't use graphics, as this is going to be part of CMS, where the content author can change the text in the tabs. This also means I can't fix any widths (just paddings). The design is not mine to change, so i need to see if there's a solution out there first.
Could anyone suggest any techniques i could try to fix the font-size?
Firefox allows the user to increase the text size of fixed-size text, which is a fault in the browser. Internet Explorer 7 allows the user to zoom the page. Neither of these functions can be disabled. Besides, the user is always able to specify their own style sheet, which can alter the font size.