Overview

EVGA.COM strives to make its online presence as accessible as possible with disabilities and without disabilities. The company wishes to provide a fair, respecting and accessible service for everyone. To reach this goal we are in progress of improving our site features and functionality. If you have questions or had trouble with any part of it, please share your feedback to us.

Website Accessibility Tips
How to change Text Size
Windows
  • To zoom in, increasing the size, press and hold Ctrl while pressing +
  • To zoom out, decreasing the size, press and hold Ctrl while pressing -
  • To reset size back to normal, press and hold Ctrl while pressing 0
Mac
  • To zoom in, increasing the size, press and hold Cmd while pressing +
  • To zoom out, decreasing the size, press and hold Cmd while pressing -
  • To reset size back to normal, press and hold Cmd while pressing 0

How to change Contrast
Windows:
  • To turn on the high contrast color scheme, press and hold left Alt + left Shift + Print Screen
  • To turn off to the high contrast color scheme, press and hold left Alt + left Shift + Print Screen
Mac
  • To turn on the high contrast color scheme, press and hold Cmd + Option + Control + Comma (,)
  • To turn off to the high contrast color scheme, press and hold Cmd + Option + Control + Full-stop (.)

How to change the Color Contrast of website on your browser
Edge

Open Edge and Click the three-dot menu button on the top right of the screen. Select Settings and hit the dropdown arrow under "Choose A Theme". Select Dark. If you want to switch back to the default, switch to Light.

Internet Explorer

Select the "Tools" menu. Select "Internet Options". Under the "General" tab, select "Accessibility". Place a check mark in the box to "Ignore colors specified on Web pages" and select the "OK" box. This will return you to the "General" tab. Select the "Colors" box and un-check the "use Windows colors" box. Use the "Text", "Background", "Unvisited Links", and "Visited Links" boxes to select the colors desired (example: white text and black background). Select the "OK" box and then the "OK" box on the "General" tab and the colors should change on the browser.

Firefox

Select the "Tools" menu. Select "Options". Select the "Content" tab. Select "Colors". Select colors desired for "Text", "Background", "Unvisited Links", and "Visited Links" (example: white text and black background) and uncheck "Allow pages to choose their own colors, instead of my selections above". Select the "OK" box, and then the "OK" box again. The colors should change on the browser.

Google Chrome: High Contrast and Custom Color Support

There are a number of steps you can take to configure Chrome to run with custom contrast and colors:

  1. Install a Chrome Extension which allows you to specify your own custom color combinations, for instance the Change Colors extension.
    1. Quick page action to apply / remove styling overrides on a per page, per domain or global basis (overriding Web page colors)
    2. Optional background, text, links and visited links color configuration
    3. Option for showing / hiding images
    4. Option for showing / hiding Flash objects
  2. Use a Chrome Theme for some control of the color scheme of the Chrome user interface. As an example, the BitNova Dark theme offers white text on a black background. The Chrome Extensions Gallery offers many other themes, with a variety of color combinations.