Making Web Page Fonts Consistent and Uniform

Making Web Page Fonts Consistent and Uniform - In Netscape...

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Is it disturbing to you when every other Web page you visit has a different font size?. One web page's font is too small, and another web page's fonts are too big. Well here's a way to fix that and set each web page's fonts to just the size you want. In Internet Explorer, select: Tools-Internet Options, choose the General tab, click the Accessibility button, and check Ignore font sizes specified on Web pages (the wording varies depending on your IE version).
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Unformatted text preview: In Netscape 6 and 7, choose Edit-Preferences, select Fonts (double-click Appearance if you don't see 'Fonts' listed), and then either check Use my default fonts or uncheck Allow documents to use other fonts, depending on your version (the wording of these choices also varies). Now all Web page fonts should be of uniform size on all pages....
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2012 for the course COMPUTER S 170 - Intr taught by Professor Tedpawlicki during the Fall '11 term at Rochester.

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