The two versions:
<label for="some-id">Some ID:</label>
Semantically should mean the same thing but appear to be styled differently because of how they inherit from their parents, particularly as relates to font size and therefore height.
This could catch someone off guard who was using the two different formats. Close WONTFIX and it won't bother me as I'm unlikely to use labels with "for" since it requires an id, nor am I likely to mix markup in the same form. But I thought I'd point it out.
Certainly a good idea. I've never used that second format before, so thanks for showing it!
@brianjmiller yeah, agreed. We should remove the font-size declaration from .pure-form label. /cc @tilomitra
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Yeah I agree. I sent a pull request that should fix this.
[Fix #265]: Remove `font-size` rules from .pure-form children
This commit removes `font-size` rules from `<input>`, `<legend>`, and
`<fieldset>` elements within `.pure-form`. I did keep the font-size
rules for `.pure-form-help-inline` since that size is meant to denote