Changing Safari’s Default Fonts

Safari is a great web browser, but if you have bad eyesight, this may not be the case. In this tutorial we will be showing you how to change the default font and font size in the Safari web browser. This simple task requires no additional software.

Changing Safari’s Default Fonts

1. Open Safari by launching it from your dock or by searching for it in Spotlight.

Open Safari

2. Look at the Apple Toolbar. From here, click on the “Safari” option. When you do this, a drop down menu will appear. From this menu, click on the “Preferences…” option.


3. Make sure you are in the “Appearance” tab. You can do this by looking towards the top of the window and clicking on the tab labeled “Appearance”. Now, look towards the center window, you will see two options. These two options are labeled “Standard font:” and “Fixed-width font:”. To the right of these two options you will see the currently selected fonts. You will also see two buttons labeled “Select”. Click on these buttons to change your default and fixed-width fonts.

Change Font

Thanks for reading today’s tutorial, we hope you liked it! Check back soon for more Mac and iOS help.

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Comments [1]

  1. none says:

    Webpages do not appear in the font I selected.

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