Short of changing the style/layout of the blog again, apparently I can’t change the font size. Agree that leaving a comment requires a degree of concentration. However, I think the general outweighs the specific.
Thanks for change to the background – it will amuse you to know that there were other good Anglicans thinking it but also feeling that it was not the thing to do to ask a Bishop to change his template!
With regard to the font size that will depend upon the readers monitor – but the reader can change it in an instance by holding down the CTRL key and then pressing the + or – signs simultaneosly.
Sorry to be the odd one out, but I much preferred the earlier version – it just looked nicer. However, in terms of text size, the answer should lie in people’s browsers. In Firefox, it’s a case of View -> Text Size -> Increase. Internet Explorer has a similar mechanism.
Ollie: it is possible to adjust the text size of Blix by tweaking the CSS, however it’s a right royal pain do, as it often affects other components of the layout.
Indeed it is possible to change font sizes in browsers, and even turn off the styles, which I did when reading before. However, Paul R, why lumber interested readers with a format that is difficult to read, and force them to make changes to their set up in order to read it? Many won’t know how to make those changes, and many that do will find it irritating. Much better to have a nice, clear simple to read site to start with – after all people visit blogs to read the contents. This is an enormous improvement.