quote: I've used the Lumia 900 on many websites and it works fine in all the sites I visited. No problem with any font resizing. Of course there are tons of tricks a website can do with fonts and while it may work with some browsers others may not take care of it the same way. The site you tested could be something that uses non standard way of using fonts. All browsers have some or other limitations but there is no reason to panic over the IE on the WP7 since people have been using WP7 for browsing for a long time now and nobody else have complained about this font problem.
quote: I don't know what changed, but your website looks screwed up on IE9 desktop now. The comments section for articles is all screwed up when viewed in IE9, but looks ok in other browsers. It did work fine up until a few days ago.
quote: I do however see the issues rendering DailyTech, although it doesn't ruin the experience for me by any means. Is there any other site that you can say has this issue though? Just because Chrome and Safari suppose you want text to be a certain size, does that make IE wrong to suppose you want another size? Maybe you should just be specifying what size you want to begin with, if most of the other text is like that anyways? Or perhaps let the browser decide for all of it?
quote: Note: I'm not a web developer, and I haven't torn through your code to see where the problem might lie. All I know is my browsing experience on Windows Phone 7 has been fast, responsive, and better than any other browser I've seen on a phone