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Short version: <html> - typically only add what you absolutely have to <body> - again add judiciously As your project grows the CSS specificity can and will come back to bite you if you're not careful. Some more details and resources you may find useful HTML is highly permissive, there are tons of ways to accomplish a task, espeically in ...


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I figured out how to do it eventually! Just in case anyone still cares, Let me do some explaning just so you don't go through what I went throught: <style> div.sprite { margin: 0 auto; width: 40%; /* Change this to what ever value you desire*/ height: 0; padding-bottom: 40%; ...


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I found the solution I was in search of. The Inkscape equivalent to "Expanding the text" is "Object to Path (CTRL + SHIFT + C). I used this command for all text in the logo, saved, and it renders correctly in my HTML now.


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By convention, most styling should be placed in the <body> element. But there is one important reason to apply styles to the <html> element itself: when you are setting the default font styles, in particular font-size. This is because the <html> tag is the root element, thus rem (root em unit) sizing is based on whatever is set for the ...


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you are supposed to apply styling to body tag. Like set the background color to white, set font, font color, font size etc. You should always use external style sheets. For better management and handling, you should use multiple style sheets. body { background-color: #56473 ; font-family: Arial; font-size: 1.3em; margin: 5px; or anything you want here.



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