Re: source for custom style sheets.
Tools>Internet Options - General tab
1. Accessibility button, check "Ignore font sizes specified on web pages".
check "Ignore font styles specified on web pages". Ok.
2. Fonts button, Select a Font family of your choosing (default is Times New
Roman), Comic Sans Serif is my favorite.Ok
Colors button, uncheck "Use Windows Colors" , check "Ignore colors specified
on web pages" (also hides background images).
You done. Choose your text size preference from the View>Text Size menu. All
sites will now appear with the same font-family, size and background and
forecolors. You can adjust the size on individual sites by using the zoom of
IE7 and 8 - Ctrl+mouse wheel.
Using a stylesheet to achieve this is a bit tricky as not all sites use the
same class or id's for their layout elements and IE browsers do no recognize
the @domain directive.
"Clair Da Loon" <XxXxXxXxX@XxXxXxXxX.com> wrote in message
> One of my bigest pet peeves is that when you go from one site to the next,
> I am always having to adjust the font or zoom the page to either read the
> small print or to see the the whole page fit horizontally in the browser
> window. I have tried disabling IE's native style sheet, but that usually
> only makes the problem worse, because all the headers expand to rediculous
> sizes causing the page to spread out beyond the window borders and still
> leaving the smallprint small. What I would like is to have a custom style
> sheet that over-rules all of the web pages and makes font sizes and page
> widths consistant across the web. Is there a place I can find a selection
> of custom style pages from which I can choose that may have the
> characterisitcs I desire? And further, is there a way to rapidly select
> from a number of style sheets as needed, without diving deep into the