Have you ever found yourself staring at a blog or web site and wishing the text size was large enough for you to read it with ease? Or have you experienced the opposite; text that you wished you could shrink? There are some easy keyboard shortcuts you can use to increase or decrease the size of text on any web page you view by making adjustments to your browser.
Note: The adjustments won’t change text size in images, flash animations, etc., and zooming in or zooming out may change the way the layout displays on some web pages you view, causing unintended affects.
1. PC users - how to change font size in Firefox
2. PC users – how to change font size in Microsoft Internet Explorer (All Versions):
3. Mac OS X users – How to increase or decrease web browser font size in Firefox and in Safari
Keyboard shortcut : Hold down <Apple> ‘ and ‘ click the “+” or “-” key to increase or decrease font size as required and < cmd > + 0 restores text to the default size.
< cmd > = <Apple>
Keyboard Shortcut: Hold down the < CTRL> and click the “+” or “-” key to increase or decrease font size as required. To restore font size to default use <CTRL> + 0.
5. Opera – How to increase or decrease web browser font size
Keyboard Shortcut: You can quickly increase or decrease the size of both text and graphics using the numberpad ‘ + ‘ (or ‘ 0 ‘ ) and ‘ - ‘ (or ‘ 9 ‘ ) keys. Each click will increase or decrease the size by 10%.