This page is currently not good enough for people with much reduced vision. Expect wierdness and peculiar font sizes / display issues until I have it sorted.
I’ve cludged about using % sizes, and it appears alright. I have looked at Mark Pilgrim’s code but adding that here didn’t produce any better results (conflicts with my CSS maybe ?).
Using IE with fonts set to largest, everything works, though I was surprised the text did not get any larger (on IE ? It’s the View > Text Size setting). Using Firefox, I can increase the text size to whatever I want, yet with IE, the supposed ‘accessibility’ setting may still be (and is here for one reason) inadequate.
Any practical examples of how I could improve this situation – rather than lengthy tutorials (I learn best by playing and breaking, not reading) – would be very welcome. I’m wondering whether I need to use an alternate stylesheet just for the font-size, with a clickable ‘A+’ ‘A++’ type thing as well as any CSS coding that the browser may interpret. New territory is this….