I did some research on increasing fonts and am not tech savy with CSS code. Many of my readers have experienced a traumatic brain injury. Consequently, some of my readers have vision discrimination deficits. Small print is simply an obstacle that they can not overcome at the present time. I was wondering if there was a way that I could make the font larger on Second Chance to Live? I had a comment today asking me to increase my font because of their vision limitations. Any help would be sincerely appreciated and highly valued by the Traumatic Brain Injury population who visit and read Second Chance to Live. Thank you for your kindness in this matter. Have a simply phenomenal day!
By the way, having the option to increase the font size on all of the themes would help our visually impaired readers. The staff at Word Press would certainly hit a home run for the visually impaired population by adding a widget to increase the font size, per the readers needs.
As a traumatic brain injury survivor as well as a master's level rehabilitation counselor, I would strongly suggest that Word Press make such a widget a priority. If one can not see the print of a post they will not be able to take advantage of the material on Word Press.com . Word Press would certainly distinguish themselves through out the industry by making such a widget available for the visually impaired.