Most ordinary Internet users tend to view web pages as very long books. But the truth is, as the web is constantly evolving, interactive gateways can resize and shape for convenience. Take font sizes as an example. That is the size of the text that appears on the screen every time you open a web page.
Although the webpages are displayed on Google Chrome according to the preset standard size, you can change that size. Please increase the text size if you have difficulty reading or reduce the size if you want to see more information on a page.
Change the font size
Go to Google Chrome and open any website you want to change the font size.
At the top of the page is the address bar containing the name of the site and to the left of the bar is a padlock icon. This icon indicates that the website you are currently visiting is secure.
Click on the padlock and you will see a list of options appear in the drop-down menu. Click the Site Settings option at the bottom of the list next to the gear icon. Alternatively, you can click the three dots in the upper right corner of Chrome and select the Settings option from the drop-down menu.
You will now be taken to a page with a list of options related to how Chrome browser interacts with websites on your device. You can change a variety of options related to the site's appearance, security and more by using this site. For now, however, go to the section in the left corner of the page titled 'Appearance'.
This page will display a list of options related to displaying web pages. Next to the Font Size option is a list of options you can choose. Font Size is set to Medium by default, but you can change it to Very Small, Small, Large or Very Large .
Any options you choose will be automatically saved as new font size settings. When you return to the original webpage that was surfing, you will see that the layout has been automatically changed by Chrome to match the new Font Size.
Remember that changing the font size can have a strong impact on the look of the website you're surfing, especially if it contains a series of embedded videos and image links. Note that changing the font size differs from zooming in to a part of the web page. In the case of zooming in on a part of a web page, the size of the text remains the same, but you can get a closer look at the page's sections by scrolling back and forth.
People from all walks of life, with all sorts of visual problems, use the Internet and domain owners often design websites to serve the majority of users. If you happen to belong to a minority, where the site font size is causing the problem, you can use Chrome's many font size options to improve your browsing experience. .
Hope you are succesful.