I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. I love StackOverflow. Whenever I wonder how to solve a web design or programming issue, I look there first. Most often someone else have had the same question before, so it is not often I need to write an original question of my own, which is kind of a pity, since it is very rewarding to get your question read by the highly experienced people at stackoverflow.com.
This time, working on further improving my game at apebroker.com, I was wondering how to adjust the font size of an element (with dynamic text content) so that it would be as large as possible to neatly fill a space of a certain width. One thing led to another, and I eventually came across a great post, Calculated CSS element style on the blog of Piotr Sałaciak. That’s one thing I like so much about the stack exchange, the collection of knowledge, and links to places with more information.