and that is bad if you always blindly use only one or the other.
Well to combine them based on the task. For example, if you have the task the first column to make 340 pixels and everything else to stretch, what do you think you will use?
devante_Quigley answered on July 9th 19 at 12:56
it is best to rem
Bettye.Cormier84 answered on July 9th 19 at 12:58
For the adaptive logical of your two options to use in %
You can, of course, and px sculpt, but then you need to write for every 100-200 px
And, in General, really, better to use rem
Margarette.Casper answered on July 9th 19 at 13:00
depends on the elements and design in the design of them. if you plan to create a responsive website that can be used as percentages and pixels. pixels better to use for items whose design mobile website and desktop will not differ. and interest - for dynamically-adaptable elements. For example, I create a div that needs to recede a little from the right edge, thus changing its width and the ratio of the indentation to the width of the element. then simply apply the percent. The height of the same element I can specify in pixels and it will be displayed the same on both "versions" of the site.
Durward_Osinski answered on July 9th 19 at 13:02
of course percent better
and silly to argue
Nikita20 answered on July 9th 19 at 13:04
for a responsive site css supports @media. Pixels or percentages? stupid question, every designer makes their own way