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making custom class that scale font only a little bit on mobile

edited December 2017 in Fonts
In the options I'm using the setting that scales fonts on mobile, while set in the options to px.

How did you do this? Because I want to create some further classes to style some p-tags.
I tried give them font-sizes in % or em (because I dont want px), but the size that looks good on desktop is to small on mobile.

For example I enter a %-value that looks as big as 50px on desktop, ok...but THIS %-value on mobile looks way too small.
Your solution works better, they seem to scale differently than a simply entered %-value...they seem to scale less... a big font on desktop is still quite big on mobile.
How did you do this, how can I achive this behavior with css or is there more complicated coding stuff behind?


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