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  <label for='control'>Dislexic Mode</label>
  <h1>Experimenting with better legibility for dyslexics / simple CSS</h1>
  <a href='https://frippz.se/2016/02/10/experimenting-with-better-legibility-for-dyslexics/'>See original</a>
  <p>Intrigued by this, as I have seen a few of these special typefaces and always wondered how they would help people with dyslexia, I had to read on. What caught my eye next was the proposed alternative to relying on special typefaces alone.</p>
  <p>Is there anything that can be done through type to make reading easier for dyslexics? Yes. Studies have shown that dyslexics read up to 27% faster when text lines are very short, up to 18 characters per line, compared to the 60-65 characters of standard text. Putting as much space as possible between letters helps dyslexics too.</p>
              @import url(https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Open+Sans:400);
* {margin: 0; padding: 0; border: 0 none;}
*, *::before, *::after {
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html {
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  font-family: Open Sans, sans-serif;
  font-weight: 400;
.hide {display: none;}
article {
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h1, p {
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p {margin: 1.5em .5em}
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label::before {
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#control:checked + article label::before {
  content: 'Go out ';
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