Test Page Demonstrating How to View Badly Styled Text

This page accompanies the Prescott Computer Society Question and Answer column which appeared in "The Courier" on June 3, 2012. The test section below contains only dummy text known as "lorem ipsum." There's an unusual story behind the use of this particular text which may be found on Wikipedia.

The original question read: "A website that I visit occasionally has a horrible color scheme. It has maroon text on a blue background and I simply can't read it. What can I do?"

Instructions to make the text visible:

In Firefox, go to Tools -- Options and then the Content tab. At the "Fonts & Colors" section, click the Colors button. First, make sure that the "Use system colors" box is checked. Then uncheck the "Allow pages to choose their own colors, instead of my selections above". Click OK.

In Internet Explorer, go to Tools -- Internet Options -- click the "Accessibility" button then check the box labeled "Ignore colors specified on webpages". Click OK.

In both browsers, just print out the page or view it at Print Preview (found at File -- Print Preview).

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, neque velit suspendisse nunc mattis, eu duis vel viverra tortor, a massa feugiat, felis volutpat ut ultrices sit ante tincidunt. Amet fermentum, etiam lacus neque nonummy est mauris, urna nunc sagittis tempus suscipit tincidunt vitae, volutpat maecenas eros nulla, dui in. Per volutpat, nec vestibulum feugiat, est sagittis senectus suscipit nunc tellus porttitor, nibh habitasse nam mauris nec eget quam, bibendum id. Et eros cursus pede justo, tempus donec condimentum lacus ut pede fermentum, donec magnis leo metus mauris nulla convallis, eros consectetuer nibh urna id. Sed risus nulla, ut ante, gravida vestibulum ligula purus, ac sociosqu dui ullamcorper ipsum quam velit.

This has been only a test. If this had been an actual lorem ipsum, you would have received official instructions to take a coffee break.