Responsive Font Size (RFS) is an engine that automatically calculates and updates the
font-size property on elements based on the dimensions of the browser viewport.
If you’re thinking that sounds familiar, that’s because there is a slew of tools out there that offer various approaches for fluid typography. In fact, Chris compiled a bunch of those a little while back. Check that out because it’s always good to know what’s out there and what fits best for a particular task.… Read article
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