Don’t you hate it when you visit a web site and the web site’s text is so small, you can barely make out what you are reading? Here are a few ways you can work around that everyday issue.
Three Ways to Enlarge or Shrink Text
You can enlarge text per web site you are visiting by holding the Ctrl key on your keyboard and scrolling up to enlarge text, and down to shrink text. If your mouse doesn’t have the scroll wheel, then you can also do this by holding the Ctrl key and hitting the “+” key to enlarge text, and the “-” key to make text smaller. The third way to enlarge text via Firefox would be to go to your menu bar, go to View > Zoom, and then choose to zoom in (to make things bigger) or zoom out (to make things smaller).
Reset a Web Page to Normal (after Zooming)
Now if you have messed around with the font size so much, your not sure what the default size should be – you can reset that too. Just go to the menu bar, then click View > Zoom and then Reset. This will reset the web page to it’s normal viewing size.
So there you have a few more accessibility options to play with from within Firefox, so you can stop squinting at web pages you are trying to read.