The text in nearly all themes - even Readable - is not pure black (RGB # 00 00 00). This lowers readability. While this may not have a hard effect on accessibility, it certainly reduces reading comfort.
I have compiled the following list of default text color for functional themes (excluding themes with non-white backgrounds) on trunk.
Flatly and Sandstone are slightly special cases, as the text is tinted. The former uses #2c3e50, the latter #3e3f3a.
This problem is developing. Grey fonts have become a fashion, as recently reported by The Telegraph. In Tiki 9, the default color was pure black. In Tiki 15, it has become #333333.
I am not asking for a strictly pure black or pure white interface. I understand that other colors can be aesthetically or functionally better. What am I asking is to increase the contrast for the main content (the context of a wiki page, or of the blog post being viewed, for example).
Use a theme with a blacker text (higher in the list).
Or override main content color by using a rule such as the following:
This can be set using the Custom CSS field (in tiki-admin.php?page=look).
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