Several of you have said my bright green font against the purple background is showing up as a pale aqua and is hard to read. I would certainly think so.
I need to know
a) How many of you are seeing aqua?
b) How many see green?
Any other colors I should know about? It should be green on purple.
c) Does anyone know why some computers are colorblind? Could it be the browser?
d) If so, is it fixable from my computer or theirs (other than highlighting which must be inconvenient for the reader)?
I don't want to continue with an impossible color combination but I'm not sure what to do now. I'd like to keep my purple for sentimental, silly reasons but if it has to go, it has to go. But first, let's try to fix it.
Yellow font works but it's a little garish. White shows up well too. Nothing else will.
I'll be back later but wanted to get this on early.
Updated 1030 p.m. PDT
Mo-Wo I just finished changing the colors to dark purple and brighter green. You are the first to see it (except for Angela who was holding my hand and sent me a palette with color codes).
Everyone I hope will now see green against a much darker purple. Even if you still see aqua, it should be easier because the pastels won't fade into each other.
Thanks for the responses. All who offered suggestions were correct of course and we may never know why individual computers react so differently. I don't know how much more fixing I can do but I hope this helps.
I'll be back.