REM to PX Converter tool helps to convert the REM value into a Pixel value.
Convert REM to PX is created to help users who cannot calculate the conversion rate between REM and PX. The converter offers an easy-to-use graphical interface, so it does not require the user to have any background knowledge about conversions.
This tool has a minimalistic interface with a single button for inputting the measurement value in one unit that needs to be converted into another branch of the measurement system.
What is REM?
In CSS, rem stands for "root em." It is a unit of measurement equal to the font size of the document's root element. The root element is usually the <html> element, and the font size is usually set on the <body> element.
Using rem units allows you to specify sizes in a way that is responsive to changes in the font size. For example, if you set the font size of the root element to be 16px, then 1rem would be equal to 16px. If you later change the font size of the root element to be 20px, then 1rem would automatically be updated to be equal to 20px.
The (REM) root element's font size can be set in pixels or relative to the user's default font size. If a pixel value is not specified, it will inherit from its parent elements, usually 16px by default.
What is PX?
PX in CSS stands for pixels. It is a unit of measurement used in CSS to specify the size or distance of an element in a web page. For example, a width of 100px means that the element will have a width of 100 pixels.
In CSS, there are two ways to set the font size of an element. The first is setting the size in pixels (px), and the second is setting it relative to the user's default font size.
What is 1 rem in pixels?
The exact size of 1rem in pixels will depend on the root element's font size, typically set to 16 by default. Therefore, if the root font size is 16 pixels, 1rem will also equal 16 pixels.
What can you do with the REM to PX Converter Tool?
- It helps to find your pixel value given by the rem value.
- Online REM to PX Converter tool works well on Windows, MAC, Linux, Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari.