Use a customized style sheet
Replace the style sheet that comes with the web page with a simpler, customized style sheet. This style sheet may adjust things like font size and style, layout, colors, images, etc.
Discussion by Disabilities
A new style sheet may make it easier to interpret with a screenreader.
A new style sheet may make it easier to see a page with low vision by changing the font size or the color palette.
Please note that these products are not necessarily endorsed by RtF, but represent the range of available options.
Open Source and free
These products are free and their source code may be modified with few restrictions.
- Amaya – W3C
- CLC Star – CLC (Charles Chen)
- AInspector Sidebar – Firefox Accessibility Extension by Illinois Center for IT Accessibility
Free, not necessarily open source
These products are free to use, but may have strict restrictions on viewing and modifying source code.
- Surf Right Toolbar – Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)
- Web Accessibility Toolbar – Web Accessibility Tools Consortium
- WebVisum – WebVisum
Related Research and Papers
- Transformation stylesheet editor- Charles W. Parker, Robert J. Mauceri, Terrence R. Crowley, Russell M. Sasnett, Zhenguang Chen
- Accessibility Handbook: Making 508 Compliant Websites- Katie Cunningham
- Accessible Interface Design: Adaptive Multimedia Information System (AMIS)- Marisa DeMeglio, Markku T. Hakkinen, Hiroshi Kawamura
- CSS and Accessibility- Antony Kennedy, Inayaili de León
- Accessible Web Browser Interface Design for Users with Low Vision- Aries Arditi, Jianwei Lu