I am legally blind and use some firefox add-ons to change the fonts and color schemes of web sites to make them more legible. So I am wondering how my own web site looks and feels. I don’t use a screen reader, so am also curious as to how accessible it is along those lines. I have modified the minimalist theme I picked. Details are in the about this site page on my blog:
I don’t know too much html nothing about php or any other web programming language.
Any help would be appreciated. The set up is meant to be minimalist and easy to read for the visually impaired. I am using WP 2.7, self hosted, and my computer is Vista with the latest versions of Firefox, IE and Chrome. I read my site using firefox (with add ons), so check it on chrome to see how it looks to others. I have heard that it does not look good in IE 6, but have no idea how to check of fix this.
My font colors were not picked with much thought as I did not know which fonts I was changing in the templates nor is it easy for me to check the font codes against the actual color.
The search result pages are not ‘parsing code’ (if that is how it is said) properly in posts. these pages display the underlying html/wp code instead of images for example.
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