moderated Re: Wiki link color is hard to see - usability #bug


On Sat, May 2, 2020 at 11:19 AM, Jason Diceman wrote:
It's just a matter that text links should always be obvious
According to my testing on the WCAG site, the black (333) text on white background has a contrast of 12.63:1 and the unvisited link (337ab7) has a contrast of 4.55:1, both above the minimum of 4.5:1 recommended.  The visited gray/grey (787878) is just below minimum at 4.41:1.  I'm not sure how much of this is from the site and how much is from my browser.

PS  Using the Always setting in FF is much more visible, but seems a bit 'harsh' when viewed for any length of time.  Probably why the default colors are used.

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