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Internet Explorer - Ignore colors specified on Web pages





It is possible with Internet Explorer to use a custom background color during your web browsing.



To change the white background and default fonts in colors of your choice, open Internet Explorer and do the following:
  • TOOLS
  • INTERNET OPTIONS
  • GENERAL
  • ACCESSIBILITY
  • Check the "Ignore colors specified on Web pages"
  • Confirm this choice by clicking OK.
  • Now to choose the background color of the background of your future web pages, validate and then go to:
    • COLOR Tab(bottom left in the General tab).
    • Click on the color you want to use as"background".
  • The Color is now available.
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