In order to view the contents of this and other websites for users with a Vision Impairment, I have found that Mozilla Firefox offers some useful features. Download Mozilla Firefox 2 from http://www.mozilla.com
In any of the Browsers, using the keys "Ctrl with +" or "Ctrl with -
On your Apple or Android Tablet, you can 'Pinch to Zoom'
From the View Menu in Mozilla, you can choose "High Contrast" (which gives you the Text in Yellow on Black) or (also in IE, View, Style) "No Style" (in order to see the Text only) or "Basic Page Style" (to revert to the as-
Google's Chrome, while having a very clean interface, does not seem to offer these Style/Contrast options by default. Rather, it seems to do so via 'Extensions' ...see https://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/ext/22-
You can also install the "Web Developer tool" from http://chrispederick.com/work/web-
I have tried to use a pale yellow background for the text on this site, following some of the advice at