I‘ve made a couple of changes to this site’s CSS, so that it is now a bit wider than before (1200 pixels, if you were going to ask). The default font has also changed (to Segoe UI, so all Windows 7 -and upwards!- users should see it without effort). If that font’s not installed, you’ll see something else (Gill Sans, Georgia or the old font, in that order of precedence). Code snippets have also changed font, size and colour: hopefully they are more readable as a result.
Finally, if you click on a post or an article, at the bottom, there should be a ‘print friendly’ button visible, which lets you extricate the text from the particular format in which it’s displayed here. Unfortunately, that links through to an ad-sponsored third-party service, so (a) there’s no guarantee it will always work and (b) you may have to put up with some ads as you convert to plain text/PDF/whatever. It was either that, or hand-code some CSS of my own… and I have more pressing things right now than to hand-code CSS!
Feel free to let me know if the changes result in something you feel you cannot cope with!