Use text presentation best practices

Comparison of accessible text that's easy to read and inaccessible, small, low contrast text.
Image description: Accessible vs. inaccessible comparison of text. The accessible version has large, easy-to-read black text that says, "Lots of words on the page doing their word-y thing that words love to do." (the word love is bolded). The inaccessible version has the same text, but is smaller, italicized, includes all-caps and underlined, and is a faint light grey that all makes it harder to read.

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