I would like to work on this bug as part of my university coursework. Please could I be assigned to it and given extra information? Thank you!
We've reduced the font size to 20px as part of some upcoming typography changes. We have also restricted the line length to make it easier to read. You can see this today if you log in and sign up to be a beta tester: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/MDN/Contribute/Howto/Be_a_beta_tester The change should be live for all users at the start of next week. The industry standard is one space after a period, we will stick to the industry standard: http://www.quickanddirtytips.com/education/grammar/two-spaces-after-a-period http://theworldsgreatestbook.com/how-many-spaces-after-a-period/ http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/technology/2011/01/space_invaders.html Sorry Rayann, the work has already been completed.
https://prunemaster.github.io/snippets/MOZ/moz-docs-spacing-orig-plus-3-tweaks.png This link is a composite screenshot of the tweaks I made last week of the moz CSS docs page. Each example builds upon the one above it. In top-down order: 1. the present CSS docs oversize text. as-is, unchanged. 2. added after each period. ( plus <sp>) 3. word- and letter-spacing tweaks. 4. Arial font. (from 2nd choice in font-family list)
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