Could you please post a screenshot taken at View > 100% and with the pertinent Panels (Layers, Channels, Options Bar, …) visible and the resulting CSS text for the selected Layer?
for example: If I stick to pt in the font size, then select the layer and copy the css, when I paste it outside in a note file it changed the 20pt to 20px instead of properly converting. I read that at 72dpi 1px it is almost same size as 1pt but shoudln't it being converted properly with %? px to Point Converter, Chart -- EndMemo
Pixels are pixels, no matter what the image’s resolution is.
But at 72ppi 1px indeed translates to 1pt.
And as for the conversion: If you have problems with that you may have to take them up with the people who provided it.
Sorry I don't see how your answer is making any sense, yes the 1px=1pt at 72dpi but what is the utility in exporting a css from a layer if it is only applying to 72dpi and not proportionally? Also ... I don't understand when you say "you have to take them up with the people you provided it" I am a designer and I am trying to extrapolate the css from the layers for a markups to hand over to the back end developers but this feature of photoshop gives me the 20pt=20px conversion so it is not useful at all.
yes the 1px=1pt at 72dpi but what is the utility in exporting a css from a layer if it is only applying to 72dpi and not proportionally?
Pixels would seem to make perfect sense for a pixel oriented image editing application and I noticed no claim in the Reference that Photoshop offers any other length-units in the CSS properties it provides.
If you want something different you may have to calculate that depending on the resolution.
I don't understand when you say "you have to take them up with the people you provided it"
As for the Endmemo-page you linked to: I noticed no option to set the resolution so what good is it?