How to Enable Forced Zooming in Safari Mac Computer?

Learn how to enable forced zoom within the safari browser to load the web pages default into a magnified view or smaller resolution. You can choose between zoom in or zoom out the page as a permanent option.

Page zooming is an essential element of accessibility settings. You can control the page zooming within the website, however, you can also set a default zoom level for every page on the safari browser.

All you need is to select the default zooming level and any pages loaded on the safari browser will be fetched and displayed at selected zoom. You can either zoom-in to magnify or zoom-out to shrink the screen from the View menu bar within the Safari browser.

How to Default Page Zooming in Safari Mac?

Here are the steps to enable default page zoom in safari browser on mac computer:

  1. Launch the Safari browser app on a mac computer.
  2. Select Safari from the menubar options.
  3. Choose Preferences… option under the Safari menu.
  4. Switch to the Websites tab within the Preferences popup window.
  5. Click and open Page Zoom options.
  6. At the bottom, select the page zooming level percentage from the drop-down.

Website Page Zoom in Safari Mac Computer

This will enable the page zoom in or out according to your setting in the safari browser. The default percentage is set to 100%, anything less than 100% shrinks the screen and over 100% will magnify.

Now next time when you load any web page, it will default to the level of zooming selected in the settings page.

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