1.7.3 Other Internet browsers
Other browsers offer useful accessibility features similar to Internet Explorer and, in most cases, the keyboard shortcuts are the same.
A problem with Internet Explorer on the PC is that some webpages are designed in such a way that the user cannot resize the page. Netscape (http://www.netscape.com/), Mozilla (http://www.opera.com/) all allow users to resize such text.) and Opera (
Opera (http://www.opera.com/) offers users some additional features that are not available in Internet Explorer. For example, users can use mouse gestures (http://www.opera.com/ computer), zoom an entire page (http://help.opera.com/ opera/ Windows/ 2066/ en/ viewPages.html#zoom) (not just the text) and tab through different types of content. Users can also easily turn off page styles and images using Opera buttons.