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    Edugeek Joomla Template

    Does any one know of a way to add the treble A standard to the joomla package at all? I.E. A+ A A- font resizing within browsers?

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    I've tried doing something like this but it was too much hassle as it meant going through and changing all the px font size values. Check the Joomla extensions directory at joomla.org.

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    Found something font size mod which allows me to add the three buttons or links to the site as long as your modules and articles use percentage sizes not px then it works perfectly.

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    or you could use javascript in the template itself to achieve this effect.

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    how would one do this?

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    Use a onclick Javascript event on an anchor (eg a A+/A- image)

    Then the onlick event calls a function that depending on if it was a A+/reset/A- changes the CSS of the font.

    Also google is your friend in respect to getting the actual code as the last site I did used this in is sitting on a turned off harddrive at work.

    P.S Yes I think you have to make sure you used percentages in the CSS (so you can just make the base font bigger) or change all the values you want individually.....

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    would you be nice to show us that code?

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    Let me google that for you - first result.

    Also i would use a percentage for the change, and refer to the body not the paragraph.

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