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There are a range of tools available to help make it easier to
read web pages. Most web browsers have the option to add additional features,
for example the ability to change the colours, adjust text size or have the
text read aloud.
One example of this is to download a plugin in to your web browser (Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, etc). Examples of this include:
If you use a Mac you can also adjust the settings so that text will be read aloud in Safari.
You can also adjust the text size in your browser:
1. Click "Page 2. Scroll down to "Text Size". 3. Select your required option.
1. Click on "Tools" menu. 2. Scroll down to "Options". 3. Click on "Content". 4. Choose text size.
1. Click on spanner icon (top right hand corner). 2. Adjust "Zoom".
1. Click on piece of paper icon (top right hand corner). 2. Scroll down to "Zoom". 3. Select "Zoom in" or "Zoom Out".
People with dyslexia/SpLD may experience visual stress, as part of their condition, which can look something like this:
See more examples of visual stress »
Coloured backgrounds have been found to reduce this effect. For research, please see the work of:
Increasing the font size and using dyslexia-friendly fonts such as Trebuchet, Comic Sans, Arial, Verdana also help, as does having the webpage read aloud. You may also like to try Dyslexie, a font specifically designed for people with dyslexia.