Thoughts on HTML5 output and TTS

Hello everyone,

I would like to discuss some issues with HTML output.

I have a short demo project (Here is the link . The demo is about common resume mistakes). Since the project is text-heavy, I did not adapt it for smaller screens.

What I am struggling is that the output looks different depending on the browser.

Typical issues:

  • In certain browsers, the highlight box randomly changes its location. ( From my experience, the highlight box feature is buggy. Its position in a preview mode is always different from the actual position in a published project.)
  • In some browsers, the text can get cut- off.
  • The characters can get distorted. ( I am using Smart position, height, and weight in percentage as if it were a responsive project.)

I am familiar with basic HTML5 and CSS and understand why different browsers might display content differently. Just wondering if you can share any tips or best practices dealing with HTML 5 output.
I have another unrelated question. What is your opinion on TTS? Do you use it in your projects? I tried experimenting with the VTML tags, but still, I am not satisfied with the result. Do you use TTS for your projects?

Thank you

Anastasia

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