How to Change Webpage Fonts to Dyslexic-Friendly Options

Using the Font Changer Feature in Helperbird for Dyslexia-Friendly Fonts

Helperbird’s Font Changer feature can make reading easier for users with dyslexia by allowing the choice of dyslexia-friendly fonts such as Lexend or OpenDyslexic.

Enabling the Font Changer

Step 1: Click on the Helperbird icon in your browser to bring up the extension’s menu.

Step 2: Use the search feature within the menu to look for the "Font" option.

Step 3: Find the toggle switch for "Font" and activate it by clicking on it.

Selecting a Dyslexic-Friendly Font

Step 4: With the Font feature enabled, a variety of font choices will appear.

Step 5: Browse through the fonts and select a dyslexic-friendly font such as Lexend or OpenDyslexic by clicking on it.

Step 6: The web page’s text will immediately update to display the selected font, enhancing readability for dyslexic users.

Available Dyslexic-Friendly Fonts

  • OpenDyslexic
  • Lexend
  • Comic Sans

Additional Font Options

  • Arial
  • Comic Sans
  • Tahoma
  • Verdana
  • Gothic
  • Lexend
  • Trebuchet
  • Bookman
  • Courier
  • Georgia
  • Helvetica
  • Impact
  • Times

Video Tutorial

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Need Additional Help?

If you encounter any issues while using this feature, our Helperbird support team is available for assistance.

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“After using Helperbird I can't say enough positive things about it. This extension has truly transformed my online reading experience. Whether it's adjusting font sizes, reducing eye strain with the gray filter, or using the dyslexia-friendly fonts, Helperbird offers a range of features that cater to individual preferences and needs. The customizable color options and text alignment have also been incredibly helpful for personalizing my browsing. And the speed reading feature? It's a game-changer! Overall, Helperbird is a versatile, user-friendly tool that enhances accessibility and makes online reading a breeze. Highly recommended!”

Charlie Nishelle Calkins
Charlie Nishelle Calkins
Helperbird Pro user

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