Can you read it now?

Can you read it now? Because some of you whiners Because some of my friends have suggested that the font display on the rexblog required the use of a magnifying glass, I’ve decided to “enhance the size” of the type here for research purposes. Any comments? (Thanks to Blair, who actually knows how to correct things when one who shouldn’t attempt such things starts indiscriminately messing with cascading style sheets.)

11 thoughts on “Can you read it now?

  1. The italic type is still a problem, but, yes, your site is now easier to read. Thanks.

  2. Nice try, Barbara. I’ll show you how to enlarge the type on your browser instead.

  3. body, td, p {
    font-family: verdana, sans-serif;
    font-size: 8pt;
    }

    Here’s the problem. Direct from your source code. 8pt is simply too small, seriously.

    What’s been done is a fraction better. Your viewers should really not have to increase or decrease the font size as they browse.

    cheers

  4. Wait: 8 pt. is what we increased it to. It used to be the equivalent of 6 pt. or something.

  5. Wait: 8 pt. is what we increased it to. It used to be the equivalent of 6 pt. or something.

  6. Now you can see the problem: I can’t even add a comment without screwing something up. I have raised the type to 9 pt. Do I hear ten? I have 9! Ten anyone, ten anyone. Sold on 9 pt.

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