Each browser has a zoom function that allows you to enlarge or reduce the size of web pages. In certain cases, this feature can greatly simplify the browser experience and make reading easier for the visually impaired and the elderly.
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As you probably already know, Chrome also has a zoom feature. However, did you know that you can set zoom levels for each page at your discretion?
How to automatically adjust the display of selected sites (font, size) in Chrome
Open Chrome, and by pressing the buttons (Ctrl + plus sign to increase or Ctrl + minus sign for decreasing. On Mac, instead of Ctrl use the key ⌘Cmd) change the scale. The same functions are available from the menu Look…
You can also resize sites by setting individual scales for each site. You can control the scaling in the browser settings.
1. Open the required website;
2. Open the settings menu and set the desired scale (Ctrl + plus sign to increase or Ctrl + minus sign for decreasing. On Mac, instead of Ctrl, use the key ⌘Cmd);
3. Set the required scale on each individual site;
4. Open Menu → Settings → Site settings (section Privacy and security) → Additional content settings (section Content) → Scaling…
Or insert the path: chrome: // settings / content / zoomLevels into the search bar and click Input…
A list of sites for which you have individually scaled will open. You can remove the zoom settings and set new ones, but to do this, you will need to go to the site again and change the settings there. You cannot change the zoom level or add sites to the list that opens.