Convert all percentage values to pixels (PX) in css file for CSS, SCSS, SASS, and LESS.

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PERCENTAGE ↔︎ PX conversion table

Percentage Px
1% 0.16px
2% 0.32px
3% 0.48px
4% 0.64px
5% 0.80px
6% 0.96px
7% 1.12px
8% 1.28px
9% 1.44px
10% 1.60px
11% 1.76px
12% 1.92px
13% 2.08px
14% 2.24px
15% 2.40px
16% 2.56px
17% 2.72px
18% 2.88px
19% 3.04px
20% 3.20px
21% 3.36px
22% 3.52px
23% 3.68px
24% 3.84px
25% 4.00px
26% 4.16px
27% 4.32px
28% 4.48px
29% 4.64px
30% 4.80px
31% 4.96px
32% 5.12px
33% 5.28px
34% 5.44px
35% 5.60px
36% 5.76px
37% 5.92px
38% 6.08px
39% 6.24px
40% 6.40px
41% 6.56px
42% 6.72px
43% 6.88px
44% 7.04px
45% 7.20px
46% 7.36px
47% 7.52px
48% 7.68px
49% 7.84px
50% 8.00px
Px Percentage
1px 6.25%
2px 12.5%
3px 18.75%
4px 25%
5px 31.25%
6px 37.5%
7px 43.75%
8px 50%
9px 56.25%
10px 62.5%
11px 68.75%
12px 75%
13px 81.25%
14px 87.5%
15px 93.75%
16px 100%
17px 106.25%
18px 112.5%
19px 118.75%
20px 125%
21px 131.25%
22px 137.5%
23px 143.75%
24px 150%
25px 156.25%
26px 162.5%
27px 168.75%
28px 175%
29px 181.25%
30px 187.5%
31px 193.75%
32px 200%
33px 206.25%
34px 212.5%
35px 218.75%
36px 225%
37px 231.25%
38px 237.5%
39px 243.75%
40px 250%
41px 256.25%
42px 262.5%
43px 268.75%
44px 275%
45px 281.25%
46px 287.5%
47px 293.75%
48px 300%
49px 306.25%
50px 312.5%

Advantages of PX over PERCENTAGE

In CSS "px" (pixels) and "percentage"are units of measurement used to define the size of various elements on a webpage. Each unit has its own advantages, and the choice between them depends on the specific requirements of your design. Here are some advantages of using pixels over percentages.

Precise Control

Pixels provide precise control over the size of elements on a web page. Since they represent fixed units of measurement, you can specify exact dimensions for elements, ensuring they appear consistently across different devices and screen sizes.

Absolute Sizing

Pixels are absolute units, meaning they represent a fixed size regardless of the parent or surrounding elements. This can be advantageous when you want to ensure that a particular element maintains a specific size relative to the overall design, regardless of its context within the page

Consistent Appearance

Using pixels can help maintain a consistent appearance across different browsers and devices. Percentage-based layouts may vary in appearance based on the size of the parent container, leading to inconsistent designs.

Print Styles

Pixels are often preferred when creating print styles for web pages. In print media, absolute units like pixels are more suitable for specifying fixed dimensions.

Ease of Understanding

Pixel values are straightforward and easy to understand. They directly represent the number of pixels an element will occupy on the screen. This simplicity can make it easier for developers and designers to work with pixel-based layouts.

Fixed Layouts

Pixels are ideal for designs where fixed layouts are necessary. If you want elements to maintain a specific size regardless of the screen size or the size of the parent container, using pixels provides that fixed dimension.


In certain situations, using pixels can be more compatible with older browsers or certain design tools that might not handle percentage-based layouts as effectively.

While pixels offer advantages in terms of precise control and consistency, it's important to note that using pixels exclusively may lead to less flexibility in adapting to different screen sizes. Responsive design considerations often involve a combination of pixel and percentage-based units to achieve a balance between control and adaptability.