I'm working on a WordPress that will allow the site administrator to switch between sans-serif and serif fonts.
I'm trying to code the stylesheet in such a way that the font sizes are similar whether or not they choose Georgia vs Arial.
The problem is that when I have it looking nice with a serif font, it looks WAY too big when in sans-serif. When I then adjust it to look nice in a sans-serif font, it looks WAY too small in serif.
Is there an ideal font size and line-height that works well with both serif and sans-serif?
Or do I need to make separate stylesheets (a serf version and a sans-serif version)?
P.S. I've set a base font size on the body at 12px, and then set the rest of the font sizes as a percentage of the base. Of course, this base font size could be set in ems or in percent, because the percentages will still scale proportionally.