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Special instructions for weak-sighted persons

Advice for my pages

The font size of my pages might be too small for weak-sighted. With all browsers it is possible to zoom the font size of the main content.

In my pages is also fixed size font sizes in dynamic menus, which some browsers can zoom and some not. If the used browser can't zoom the font size it might remain too small for weak-sighted persons. Dynamic menus might be also in other respects too difficult for weak-sighted persons.

Topic group have a link to the table of contents ([Cont.]), which works also as the site map of the visited topic group.

Link arrows below dynamic menus work even if the JavaScript support has been turned off. It is not necessary to use other links to browse my pages.

In addition of the fact that dynamic menus don't work disabling the JavaScript support has the consequence that top-up windows don't work but they have in most cases alternative links.

Generic advice

Zooming the font size can commonly be found from the View drop-down menu of the browsers. It is not possible to scale fixed size fonts in MS IE for Windows browsers except creating user style sheets[S] and setting !important for desired element or disabling all features, which affect to font sizes (MS IE 6.0: Tools > Internet Options > Accessibility).

In Opera browsers it is possible to zoom everything. In addition it is possible to set from the preferences the smallest used font size. In new Netscape/ Mozilla and MS IE Mac browsers zooming the font size affect also to fixed size font sizes. At this mean they take better account weak-sighted persons as the most used browser.

It is possible to disable JavaScript support in newest Windows browsers at the following ways:

  • MS IE 6.0: Tools > Internet Options > Security > Custom level > Active Scripting.
  • Netscape 6.x (and corresponding Mozilla browsers): Edit > Preferences > Advanced > Scripts & Plugins.
  • Opera 6.x: File > Preferences > Fonts and colors > Multimedia (in older version it can be found from a different nadir).
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