[Phpmyadmin-devel] comparing phpmyadmin.net and PMA

Jürgen Wind jwind at gmx.de
Thu Jul 19 22:33:31 CEST 2007

There should be a start fontsize of 80% set in config.default.php (user
adjustable in config.inc.php if needed) so I don't need to call
index.php?fontsize=80% anymore to avoid using the selector and thus forcing
a frameset reload everytime, e.g., when visiting the demo server. Some other
settings in css must be lager then (for example #body_leftFrame #list_server
li { ... font-size:   80%;})

just my 0.02  €  


Marc Delisle wrote:
> Hi,
> still about font sizes: many browsers have standardized on a default 
> size of 16, this is why many find the text oversized in recent versions 
> of PMA (and the majority of users don't bother changing their browser's 
> settings because many sites adjust their fonts or font sizes accordingly).
> On phpmyadmin.net we specify the font size in CSS, and it's not 
> dependent on the default browser's font size. Users can still do CTRL + 
> or - if their browser supports it.
> So why not do it in PMA, with a config parameter containing 14 by 
> default (if set to empty, PMA would not alter the font-size in CSS).
> Marc
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