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How to Change Webpage Fonts to Dyslexic-Friendly Options


Struggling with reading text online? Helperbird can change the font on any website to one that's dyslexic-friendly. This guide will show you how to activate this feature.


  • An active Helperbird account.
  • Helperbird browser extension installed.

Steps to Change the Font to a Dyslexic-Friendly Option

Step 1: Open Helperbird Extension

Click on the Helperbird icon located in the top-right corner of your browser window.

Step 2: Access Quick Actions

The Helperbird extension will open, displaying quick actions and other features.

Step 3: Locate the Text Adjustment Card

Scroll down to find the Text Adjustment card within the extension.

Step 4: Identify the Font Option

Within the Text Adjustment card, look for the Font option accompanied by a toggle switch labeled Off.

Step 5: Activate the Feature

Click on the toggle switch to turn the feature on.

Step 6: Select a Dyslexic-Friendly Font

The font on the website will change to the one you selected from the list provided below the toggle.

Step 7 (Optional): Deactivate the Feature

To turn off the feature, simply click the toggle switch again.

Step 8 (Optional): Change the Font

If you wish to use a different dyslexic-friendly font, select one from the list provided.

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.