How to change the colors on a webpage

Have you ever visited a website that has great content but for whatever reason you find the colors used
renders the pages too difficult to read? It happens all the time. What's perfect for one is too bright, or too
dull, for another. Despair no more! There's an easy solution just a few clicks aways, and I don't mean clicking
off to some other site. You can change to a white background with black letters in a few easy steps.


USING INTERNET EXPLORER

Go to the TOOLS menu
Select INTERNET OPTIONS
Click on ACCESSIBILITY
Where it says Formatting, CHECK "ignore colors specified on webpage" and click OK

There you go - instant white backgrounds. To change back to the normal view simply follow the steps back
to where you can remove the check mark.

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USING MOZILLA FIREFOX

Go to the TOOLS menu
Select OPTIONS
Click on the CONTENT icon at the top of the window
Select COLORS...
UNCHECK the option "allow pages to choose their own colors, instead of colors above"
Click OK, then click OK again

When you want to go back to the normal view, repeat the steps to check the box "to allow..."


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USING GOOGLE CHROME

Maybe someday this will be included as a Chrome option. Until then, suggestions can be found using a good
search engine.  
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