Internet users may have difficulty reading text if the designer or Web browser is displaying the text at a small font size. Adjust your browser settings to make Internet sites easier to read.
Website designers and developers can specify the font size when coding a website. The font may appear larger or smaller, according to the designer's tastes and other design elements on the website. A small font may also be due to the user accidentally changing the browser's zoom property.
Some users may have difficulty reading websites with small fonts because they are using devices with small screens, such as a phone or Netbook. In addition, users with impaired eyesight may require larger text on their computers and web browsers.
Increase the font size on your browser by pressing "Ctrl" and scrolling up with the scroll button on the mouse. Achieve the same effect by pressing "Ctrl" and "+" on the keyboard simultaneously. To reset the browser's zoom, with Firefox press "Ctrl" + "0" on the keyboard, and with Internet Explorer click the "View" menu, choose "Text Size" and set it to "Medium," the default size.
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