For Microsoft:- select View from your browser's top menu, then hover your cursor over Text Size. Select an option from Largest, Larger, Medium, Smaller or Smallest. Try the different sizes.
For FireFox:- hit Ctrl/+ to make the text larger and Ctrl/- to make it smaller. You can resize text as many times as you like. Other browsers are very similar.
For surfers with poor vision
You can access some little known options in Internet Explorer by clicking:- Start > Control Panel > Accessibility Options and then try the different Display Settings and High Contrast.
To move down the screen, instead of using your mouse to move the R/H scroll-bar, just hit your space-bar and it'll move down one page at a time (shift + space-bar scrolls upwards) or use the UP / DOWN arrows keys.
As you've probably noticed, every page has a top navigation links bar for convenience, so you can go from one section to another without returning to the home page each time. At the bottom is another links bar, including a SiteMap link.
Surfers with disabilities
The site is written in XHTML as recommended by the W3C (World Wide Wide Consortium) and uses CSS style sheets to format the pages. These new recommendations are an attempt to get conformity for all types of access to the web, as some surfers have disabilities and use different equipment. Example: Not all surfers can use a mouse due to arthritis. This new format needs an up-to-date browser to view the site correctly and may look different when viewed by older browser versions. It's easy to update your browser (and usually free) as the process is virtually done for you. Visit your browser's website for full details and instructions.
I've tested this site in Internet Explorer, Opera and Firefox and also in different graphic screen size modes, but it's easy to miss something. If you find something that doesn't work, please inform me using the Contact Editor link below, stating which browser and version you are using. I'll try to respond to any suggestions, requests or complaints as soon as I can.
I hope you enjoy the site as much as I did making it.