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That has always surprised me about Wikipedia. So many articles on recommended line width, height, font, etc., and Wikipedia gets away with just one style rule (font-family: sans-serif). Never heard any complaints or noticed that it was bad typography.

Yeah they have more style rules, but disabling them doesn't visibly change anything so they're the defaults.

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