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Chapter 18. Web Browsing with Internet E... > Adjusting Fonts and Colors to Make W...

Adjusting Fonts and Colors to Make Web Pages More Readable

Can you change the look of a web page? That depends on decisions the designer of the page made when creating it. Some web pages use only generic settings to place text on the page. Sophisticated designers, on the other hand, use web templates, called cascading style sheets, to specify fonts, colors, spacing, and other design elements that control the look and feel of the page. You can specify fonts and colors you prefer when viewing basic web pages; advanced settings enable you to ignore style sheets as well.


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