Page Display Setting

If you are experiencing a complication in the way Artichoke appears in your browser, check your display settings. Having oversized or undersized font or text can alter the way your browser displays websites.  Here are some tips to help verify your settings.   

 

Google Chrome

 

In the upper right corner of the browser Click on the Setting Dropdown

 

After the Dropdown Click on Settings

 

Scroll down and Click on Show Advanced Settings

 

Click on a Font Size (Medium is the recommended setting)

 

 

 

Mozilla Firefox

 

In the upper right corner of the browser Click on the Setting Dropdown

 

 

Then Click on Preferences

 

 

Click on Content followed by the Font & Colors Size (an ideal web page size would be 16)

 

 

Apple Safari

 

You can increase or decrease just the font size of pages that you view in Safari on macOS Sierra. Safari will remember your settings until you clear your History. 

  • To increase the font size, press Option-Command-Plus sign (+)
  • To decrease the font size, press Option-Command-Minus sign (-)

 

Or you can go to the View menu and hold down the Option key while you select

Make Text Bigger or Smaller

 

Change the zoom level

You can increase or decrease the zoom level—both text and images—of pages that you view in Safari on macOS Sierra. Safari will remember your settings until you clear your History. 

  • To increase the zoom level, press Command-Plus sign (+)
  • To decrease the zoom level, press Command-Minus sign (-)

 

Or go to the View menu and select Zoom in or Zoom out.

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