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Don't do this in responsive web development I've just read this article from @netmag on how to 'build a responsive site with CSS' and wanted to quickly share something. In the post (a republication of an article they printed in June/July of 2012) they quickly discuss the meta tag for viewport. In the example code they use the maximum-scale, like this – This stops the user from zooming into your site. Yes you've designed it and coded it for a narrow viewport from something like an iPhone. Responsive Meta Tag Learn Development at Frontend Masters I tend to use this: Although I see this is recommended a lot: Rem Line-height Doesn't Work In Pseudo Elements In IE I recently noticed a problem with working with REM CSS units in IE browsers. The REM CSS unit was introduced in CSS3 and stands for root EM which will use the root element for relationally units instead of it's direct parent. But with REM CSS units there are a few problems that you will face with IE, first of all browsers IE8 or lower do not support REM so you will need to product a fallback to any elements that use this, the fallback is the pixel value for the REM. Newer browsers that support REM will use this value while other browsers that do not support this will fallback to pixels. The newer browsers such as IE10/11 do support the REM unit and every unit will work fine on your website, but IE has another problem with the REM unit as it will not work inside pseudo elements on the line-height property.