Indeed, something is wrong with the page....
I do front end web dev and I can give you two ways you can control font on your end for IUOMA and for any website you visit.
1) IUOMA and most every website scales to 200% size without any loss of content or clipping. This is a standard usability feature for people with low vision. You can zoom in on a webpage by hold down CTRL and press + to zoom in [Command and + for Mac] - to zoom out use - instead of +
2) You can customize your web browser to return any size and style of text you want. This will apply to all web sites unless you turn off your custom preferences. People with dyslexia have the text always come up as Comic Sans because it is easiest for them to use. Sometime people have color blindness and contrast issues and customizing the colors and fonts in the browser helps them read text. The browser interprets the web code that was placed online, but it can over ride all of the styles of the webpage and give you whatever you want! Even if you wanted every single color in a shade of blur or pink or whatever. The browser is the software between your computer and what lives online for the website. :)
Instructions for Chrome:
Or look up how to create custom preferences for the web browser you are using.
I hope this helps.
Thank you for this information, Shellie.