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  • We are trying to become ADA compliant. I am using a theme from Elementor for the website. Some of the pages, like the home page is saying that there is an absolute font-size 16. I can’t seem to see it. How would I be able to fix this issue?
    TIA!

    • This topic was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by James Huff. Reason: moved to Accessibility since this is an accessibility issue
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  • Beda

    (@bedas)

    I am not expert on ADA but absolute font sizes means that you use either of these values:

    xx-small
    x-small
    small
    medium
    large
    x-large
    xx-large

    Relative font sizes instead are for example smaller or larger, % sized, em and rem and ex and ch or viewport units sized fonts.

    So you would have to use any of those relative font sizes, I assume, to avoid that warning.
    You can read more here about relative and absolute font sizes:
    https://css-tricks.com/almanac/properties/f/font-size/

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