How to override all font and color settings for websites in Internet Explorer 11 on a Windows 8.1 PC?
To improve the visibility of a website that you are viewing, you can do a number of things; overriding font and color settings for the website is just one of them to name here. The Internet Explorer 11 web browser allows you to pick and choose font styles and colors that you can use to display webpages. Using this browser on your Windows 8.1 PC, you can customize the font size and color, modify the background colors, and even prevent graphics from being visible on the web pages. Although to get each one of them customized as per your choice, you will have to apply different fixes, the solutions are nonetheless simple. We have compiled for you the easy steps that you can use to override font and color settings on your favorite browser.
The easy step solution that you can follow on your Windows 8.1-based PC is as:
- On the Start screen, click on the Internet Explorer tile to open it.
- When the browser opens, click on the Wrench icon at the bottom, and then click ‘View on the Desktop’ option from the menu that appears.
- Click on the ‘Gear’ icon on the top right corner of the window and then click ‘Internet Options’.
- On the General tab, under Appearance, click ‘Accessibility’.
- Select the check boxes for ‘Ignore colors specified on webpages’, ‘Ignore font styles specified on webpages’, and ‘Ignore font sizes specified on webpages’.
- Click ‘OK’, and then click ‘OK’ again.
Aren’t the steps easy to be followed? Keep them handy so that you are able to roll back the settings in the future. For now, here is a short solution video that you can check out to enjoy a quick recap of the steps. To watch it now, click below: