I'm working on a new website, and I'd like it to work with as many browsers and settings as feasible. I'm attempting to figure out what unit of measurement I should use for font and element sizes, but I'm having trouble deciding.
My issue is if I should use px or rem in CSS.
So far, I've discovered that utilising px is incompatible with users who change their browser's default font size.
I've ignored ems because they're more difficult to maintain than rems because they cascade.
Some argue that rems are more desirable because they are resolution independent.