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2016-04-04 16:09
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从转录的PDF文件缩放HTML

I have a few PDF files that were converted to HTML. I fully understand that this isn't ideal, but that's not something I can change.

The issue is that it places content at very specific points which breaks mobile responsiveness.

A typical HTML will looks like this:

<div class="pc pc1 w0 h0">

<div class="t m0 x0 h2 y1 ff1 fs0 fc0 sc0 ls0 ws0">Text</div>
</div>

And the CSS file like this:

@media screen and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio:0){
.sc_{-webkit-text-stroke:0px transparent;}
.sc0{-webkit-text-stroke:0.015em transparent;text-shadow:none;}
}
.ws0{word-spacing:0.000000px;}
.fc0{color:rgb(35,31,32);}
.fs0{font-size:168.000000px;}
.y0{bottom:781.000000px;}
.h0{height:841.889770px;}
.w0{width:595.275630px;}
.x0{left:34.000000px;}
}

Is it possible to somehow make it scale? I'd even be happy(-ier) if I could just apply a media query to reduce everything in size by 20%.

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