I often find the text on web pages too small for me. This is especially the case early and late in the day, and when I’m tired.
Of course, there are several remedies: use the web browser’s View menu to zoom in or enlarge the text size, use
Command + (⌘ +) on a Mac, or use any controls the web page itself gives you.
Another method I’ve enjoyed lately is the Readability bookmarklet, since it also takes away the ‘stuff’ from around the edges:
READABILITY is a simple tool that makes reading on the Web more enjoyable by removing the clutter around what you’re reading.
I’ve found some pages where Readability just doesn’t work. Generally those pages are constructed in some ‘tricky’ way. On most pages though it does a great job.