CSS & Visually Impaired

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Can someone steer me in the right direction for CSS instructions on making
your websites usable by the visually impaired?  (I am new to CSS)  I have
read about utilizing the em attribute to allow resizing of website text on
IE, but the book I have says that this will not be rendered properly on
Netscape or other browsers.  I want to be able to have a website where
people can view the text in a 'normal' font size.  But those who are
visually impaired can see the text in a larger font size if they use the IE
View > Text Size > Largest or the equivalent selection on Netscape.
Take Care,  Sharon Lane
http://www.rare-cancer.orgAny advice/suggestions?

Re: CSS & Visually Impaired

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I think the OP is referring to em as a unit of font-size, not the em
(emphasis) element.


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