Actually, I'm looking at the static site using tota11y -- a web
accessibility visualization toolkit by Khan Academy <https://khan.githu
b.io/tota11y/> -- and it says that the paragraphs which have a white
background have a contrast ratio of 2.85. (I'm looking at the first
paragraph on the docs page.) According to tota11y, it seems the minimum
contrast ratios vary depending on the text size. But I think for main
body text, I'd prefer a contrast ratio around 6+.
On Tue, 2015-11-10 at 17:26 -0800, Andrew Toskin wrote:
> On Tue, 2015-11-10 at 14:40 +0000, Pat David wrote:
> > Of course I'll have a look! I'm hoping there might be a nice
> > compromise.
> > I'm rather fond of the lighter weight, but at the same time don't
> > want to
> > content to be hard to read.
> On the current static site, I like the light font weight too. Make
> text color darker -- nearly black, if not all the way black -- and it
> should be fine.
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