Better Web Browsing: Tips for Customizing Your Computer
This document is intended for people who have a disability that make web browsing difficult. It provides references to resources, including detailed documentation and step-by-step guides, to help you customize your particular web browser and computer setup.
• Optimize Your Computer Setup
• Difficulty Seeing and Reading Websites?
o Enlarging Text and Images
o Changing Colors and Fonts
o Listening Rather than Reading
• Difficulty Hearing Audio on Websites?
o Adjusting the Volume
o Captions and Transcripts
o Sign Language Videos
• Difficulty Typing and Using Your Keyboard?
o Browsing the Web by Keyboard
o Customizing Keyboard Functions
o Using Your Mouse Instead
o Using Alternate Keyboards
o Using Voice Commands
o Grammar, Spelling, and Other Tools
• Difficulty Using the Mouse?
o Adjusting the Mouse Settings
o Customizing the Mouse-Pointer
o Using Your Keyboard Instead
o Using an Alternate Mouse
• Difficulty Understanding and Navigating Websites?
o Reading Assistance
o Pop-Up Window Blockers
o Symbols Instead of Text
o Sign Language Avatars
Author: Shadi Abou-Zahra
Only for Members: No
Content type: Good practises
Tags: technology, deaf people, disabilities, aids, blindness, hearing impaired, visual, best practices, low vision, visually impaired, reading, hearing loss
Categories: Aids & Appliances, Overall support, Skills, Daily living