I've just noticed recently that that the Reader View extension, available for Safari, Chrome, Firefox and other browsers, can be applied to my blog posts on this website.
Reader View, as longtime computer users will know, enhances the readability of a web page by removing ads and other clutter and presenting the text you want to read as clear black type on a plain white or light beige background.
In Safari, the extension appears in the address bar, on the left side, as an icon with four stacked horizontal lines. Tap on the icon and the page converts to Reader View.
In Chrome, the extension is located to the right of the address bar, as a similar icon with four stacked horizontal lines. In Firefox, the extension appears in the address bar, on the right side, as an icon resembling an open book.
I recommend you take advantage of the Reader View feature whenever you want to read my blog posts on this site because it makes the reading so much easier on the eyes. I'm not a big fan of the small grey font that appears on the page when you're not using Reader View, and I'm pleased to see that Reader View is also available for the " Welcome," " About" and " Other Writings" pages.