I feel it is best to offer the viewer to choose how a domain looks, not the webmaster. I had the "change color" feature enabled for many months, but I removed it to reduce my bandwidth consumption. Since that time, I have taken many steps to optimize the domain, yet attempt to make it accessible for everyone. As such, the "Change Color" feature has returned in the upper-left corner. I will see how it goes.
You can take the following steps to adjust your viewing pleasure:
If you are lucky enough to use Netscape or the open source Mozilla, you can change the Black color scheme to what ever you chose by selecting Edit –> Preferences –> Appearance –> Colors.
If you are using IE of any flavor you can choose Tools –> General Tab –> Accessibility button and check:
- Ignore colors specified on Web pages
You can even go so far as to do the following, however, some content may be obscured due to positioning of the elements.
- Ignore font styles specified on Web pages
- Ignore font sizes specified on Web pages
Change the size of the text:
You can also adjust the size of the text for you resolution and monitor size by selecting View –> Text Size, View –> Text Zoom, or View –> Zoom depending on your browser and increase / decrease as necessary.