Posts Tagged ‘content settings’

Manage All Custom Zoom Levels in Google Chrome

Monday, March 24th, 2014

Here’s a neat trick: I was already aware that one could use the Control key to zoom in or out on a given webpage, but I didn’t realize that you could save zoom settings for the sites that you visit frequently.

One handy feature that every modern web browser — including Google Chrome — supports is page zoom. It is a handy feature for a number of reasons. It enables you to decrease or increase all contents of a web page. This can be handy if a web page does not fit in the browser window otherwise, for instance if you need to scroll horizontally to access all contents or if things are not aligned properly on it, or to increase the size to improve the readability of text and other textual contents such as links on it.

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