11: POINT SIZE: Equivalance of HTML font sizes compared to print.

I mentioned “The 100% Easy-2-Read Standard” in an earlier entry. That standard recommends setting the font size to zero. This is approximately equivalent to a 12 point printed type size. For point sizes above 36 points, you’ll need to specify CSS styling or use a GIF image.

SIZE=”1″|”2″|”3″|”4″|”5″|”6″|”7″: sets the size of the text. The font size also can be set using a negative or a positive number from “–2” to “+4,” which is added to the default value of “3.” (For example, “–2” corresponds to “1” and “+4” corresponds to “7”.)
“1” (or “-2”) causes the print to be this size (8 point).
“2” (or “-1”) causes the print to be this size (10 point).
“3” (or “+0”) (the default) causes the print to be this size (12 point).
“4” (or “+1”) causes the print to be this size (14 point).
“5” (or “+2”) causes the print to be this size (18 point).
“6” (or “+3”) causes the print to be this size (24 point).
“7” (or “+4”) causes the print to be this size (36 point).