Any thoughts on the best approach to being able to offer some user specific preferences for the above?
As a more specific example, our hosted solution uses a black background for the main topic area and white text. Works nicely with the chosen colour scheme but we have heard from a few users that this isn’t ideal for them. Whilst it is literally only a few, I feel that it would be good to provide something that better suits their needs also, but without having to change the overall colour/style that has been chosen.
My current thinking, and I am more than happy to have that slapped out of me with a copy of “Sam’s Teach Yourself Website Accessibility” or something similar, would be to perhaps have a few alternative CSS classes which would be used if the user had selected a specific choice for accessibility preferences. This I guess would be an icon at the top of the page or something similar.
Whilst the CSS I don’t think would be entirely challenging, the first thing I am not entirely certain about is how we could all this interaction with the site to be stored so that the user didn’t have to re-select it between page views/refreshes or visits to the site.
Any thoughts / suggestions or pointers to other posts with solutions would be appreciated (I did search but nothing overly obviously appeared).
Thanks in advance