I've never noticed this until just right now, but I just viewed arclinux
dot org slash news on a fairly competent laptop LCD (poor coverage, decent
angles, good contrast) & was damn nearly blinded, even well after adjusting
the relative font size w/ ctrl - +/-. I get that someone took the care to
make the link colors to the official colorscheme, but I shouldn't feel like
I should need an extension or toggle a browser flag as to not feel like I'm
about to have a wall of text seizure. It's not the cyan link colorscheme
so much as the combination with the table bg colorscheme complementing it,
destroying whatever contrast was left. Something like 30% of the human
population has some level of color-blindness & you might not want the
overhead of whatever population might have photosensitive epilepsy. I know
of good frens in the community who have been triggered by stupider
problems. Some of which aren't around anymore for stupider problems. This
is coming from someone that runs cdm in matrix mode & turns motd into an
animation of ansi code.
My recommendation: Find a color picker applet, reduce brightness a few
notches (manual: keep subtracting from the subpixel values), & enable
bold. Perhaps clicked on links go to arch cyan regular & unclicked go for
a more Web 1.0 deepish blue bold. Change the table colorscheme to
greyscale, or find an appropriate one that would complement in contrast
rather than sameness.
Something Something ADA Reasonable Accomodation Request
Posting to devops cause I figure this is where the webmaster would be.