This topic provides some basic advice for using the system with screen magnifiers, zooming functionality and color contrast functionality. Screen magnifiers, zooming functionality and color contrast functionality are often used by people who have difficulties reading online. Difficulties can include low vision, color blindness, eye strain, or dyslexia. Screen magnifiers and zooming functionality are also used by individuals who have fine motor skills difficulty as they increase the target for selectable content (such as links, icons and form fields).
There are a couple of ways you can increase the size of content in TCU Online to improve readability:
If you are having difficulty using TCU Online because of the text and background colors used, we recommend that you use a screen magnifier or other assistive technology that allows you to invert or adjust the colors on a page.
Another popular option is to use a custom cascading style sheet (CSS). There are many free cascading style sheets available on the internet. CSS works best in TCU Online when background images are turned off, but normal images and icons are left unaltered. TCU Online is a complex site with a number of different tools and page designs, as a result a fairly detailed style sheet is needed to display content effectively.