For People Who Have
Difficulty Reading the Site’s Text
the years, I’ve had a few complaints from people who have found it difficult
to read the grey text on black background that is used on this site. There have
also been some complaints about the text size being too small.
problem is that it’s impossible to change these things now, as there are too
many pages (literally thousands) on the site, and no program I know of will
change the template (for that is what is needed) for all the pages
automatically. I would have to do that manually, which would take forever.
Also, the web-building program I use is now obsolete, and to migrate to a new
one would involve reformatting the text for each page, as the original
formatting would be lost with the migration, which would mean I'd lose any text
italics and bold fonts used for each page, and so would have to manually put them
back in, which would be impossible, given that to do so, I would need to have
memorised beforehand where the text italics and bold fonts originally appeared on
thousands of pages in order to replicate them.
this, I would suggest that people who have difficulty reading the site’s text,
simply increase their browser’s text size settings or use their browser’s
zoom function. I use the Chrome browser, and have set its zoom setting to
125%, which makes it easy to read the site’s text on my laptop's 15-inch
screen, despite the grey text on black background. People with larger screens
will no doubt have to use a higher zoom percentage.
I should point out, that they will need to visit this site and set the zoom
percentage while here. When they leave the site, the zoom percentage will be
what it was before they visited the site. But each time they visit the site, the
zoom percentage will be that at which they set for the site. With the Chrome
browser, you can set each site you visit with a different zoom percentage.
Presumably, the same will be true of other browsers.