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From the Blog. . .
Terry’s question is about changing the font size throughout the site to make it more readable for his audience of over-50’s.
Fonts designed for 20-something eyes are one of my pet peeves. If your audience is older — and most internet users are — larger sizes with greater color contrast are important.
Some theme designers make it easy to change font sizes and colors, but what do you do if you’re using a theme that doesn’t offer that ability?
Check out this video (it’s short, about three minutes) for the answer.
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