Lawrence Eagles
Jul 25, 2022 ⋅ 6 min read

Using em vs. rem in CSS

Lawrence Eagles Senior full-stack developer, writer, and instructor.

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One Reply to "Using <code>em</code> vs. <code>rem</code> in CSS"

  1. None of the design programs support the REM unit. so the next time you feel like using Rem, try the following thought experiment: what if we use 1 pixel as the base unit for rem?. then everyone who wants to scale something there will be able to easily do it , and the rest of the developers will not suffer constantly translating pixels into remes when laying out the layout.

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