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Hi, I need to style a webpage http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/staff/grabows1/accessible/math111/doth4.S3.html to suit wishes of a particular visually impaired student.

You can see the style sheet has body * {

   font-family: 'Century Gothic', CenturyGothic, AppleGothic, sans-serif !important;
   font-size: 36pt !important ;
   font-weight: bold !important;

}

However, most mathml notation (but curiously not all of it) is not bold, and perhaps more importantly it is not sans-serif. How can I force everything to be sans-serif bold?

Hi, I need to style a webpage http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/staff/grabows1/accessible/math111/doth4.S3.html to suit wishes of a particular visually impaired student. You can see the style sheet has body * { font-family: 'Century Gothic', CenturyGothic, AppleGothic, sans-serif !important; font-size: 36pt !important ; font-weight: bold !important; } However, most mathml notation (but curiously not all of it) is not bold, and perhaps more importantly it is not sans-serif. How can I force everything to be sans-serif bold?

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FredMcD
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I've called for more help.

This is probably a good site to be aware of http://www.accessfirefox.org/Firefox_Accessibility_Extensions.php It is a semi-official Mozilla community run site. IIRC the site and many of its add-ons were caught out by Australis. That is probably one site we should reach out to in advance if for instance making anything less distinct smaller, or lower contrast.

I've called for more help. This is probably a good site to be aware of http://www.accessfirefox.org/Firefox_Accessibility_Extensions.php It is a semi-official Mozilla community run site. IIRC the site and many of its add-ons were caught out by Australis. That is probably one site we should reach out to in advance if for instance making anything less distinct smaller, or lower contrast.