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You shouldn't have to do style sheets for every browser. The only time you'd need specific CSS properties set would be if you're using features only available to specific browsers or features that aren't standardized.

In my experience, iWeb creates some weird code that isn't non-Safari friendly. For instance, I've had students do assignments as web pages and those that do it in iWeb force me to mark it in Safari. However, you're site looks fine here in Opera but the fonts are indeed "enlarged" in Chrome, Safari and Firefox (in the menu) which suggests that this might only need a small tweak. Instead of trying to fool with stylesheets, try changing the font size in iWeb first.

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