Accessibility features in Web browsers
From keyboard shortcuts and increasing page font-size to changing page colors and contrast — many Web browsers provide numerous extra features in terms of accessibility.
One of the easiest accessibility features is the “zoom” keyboard shortcut.
To zoom on a Mac, hold down the Command key while striking the + sign (to increase) or – sign (to decrease) at the same time. Repeat this until you are satisfied with the on-screen font size. To do the same on a PC, use CTRL+ or CTRL- rather than Command+ or Command-.
What do some of these features look like? Here is a list of resources for the three most common Web browsers to learn more.
- Google Accessibility
- Chrome screen reader help
- Android accessibility help for Chrome
- Chrome low-vision features help
- Chrome assistive technology help
- Chrome accessibility extensions
- Chrome additional accessibility extensions