In theory, a user agent would have to double the size of anchor text as the pointer hovers over it, which could well cause major redisplay issues. An author could cause similar problems by declaring that TEXTAREA elements should change their size when they are in focus. User agents are not required to reflow the document based on styles assigned to these pseudo-elements, although some may do so -- it remains to be seen.

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line-height is inherited from one block-levelelement to another. The computed line-heightvalues are inherited no matter what font-sizemight be set for a child element. This can be something of a problem,as you can see in Figure 4-24:

BODY {font-size: 10pt;}DIV {line-height: 12pt;}P {font-size: 18pt;}<DIV>