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.
With increased reading and browsing of websites these days, it is obvious that it puts our eyes through a lot of stress and strain. Reading fonts that are small and difficult to decipher can add to the straining of eyes.
I face the problem of headaches daily and browsing websites add to the pain. With so much reading to do every day, small font sizes make it almost impossible to read them. Thankfully, I was lucky enough to discover the zoom on safari.
All you need is to select the default zooming level and any pages loaded on the safari browser will be fetched and displayed at the 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?
As a relief to your eyes, the zoom feature will make it extremely convenient for you to read even in low light. It will save you a lot of stress!
Here are the steps to enable default page zoom in the safari browser on a Mac computer:
- Launch the Safari browser app on a mac computer.
- Select Safari from the menubar options.
- Choose the Preferences… option under the Safari menu.
- Switch to the Websites tab within the Preferences popup window.
- Click and open Page Zoom options.
- At the bottom, select the page zooming level percentage from the drop-down.
This will enable the page to zoom in or out according to your settings in the safari browser. The default percentage is set to 100%, anything less than 100% shrinks the screen and over 100% will magnify the screen.
Now next time, you load any web page, it will default to the level of zooming that you selected on the settings page.
Bottom Line: Zoom Safari Mac
With such busy lives and developing technologies, you can not pull yourself back due to headaches that are induced by the straining of your eyes. As they say, precaution is better than cure and the zoom on safari is one such precaution!
After using this feature, I could feel a significant decline in my frequency of headaches. It made reading on websites easier and browsing more convenient. All in all, it made me more efficient.
Similarly, you can also use the page zoom feature in Safari iOS/iPad. You can set the default page zooming level in the browser.
I hope you make the best use of this feature and make good use of it. Let us know what you think of the zooming feature in the safari browser.
FAQs: Enable Forced Zooming in safari macOS
Now, let us go through some of the frequently asked questions regarding how to enable forced Zooming in Safari macOS.
How to enable Forced Zooming in Safari macOS?
To enable Forced Zooming in Safari macOS, firstly launch the Safari browser and click on the Safari section from the menu and then choose Preferences. Next switch to the Website tab and select Page Zoom. At the bottom select the page zooming level and if you want to zoom the page then select the ratio of more than 100%.
How to disable Forced Zooming in Safari macOS?
To disable the Forced Zooming in Safari macOS firstly launch the Safari browser and click on the Safari section from the menu and then choose Preferences. Next switch to the Website tab and select Page Zoom. At the bottom select the page zooming level and set it to 100%.
How to decrease the size of the screen through Force Zooming in Safari macOS?
To decrease the size of the screen through Force Zooming in Safari macOS, firstly launch the Safari browser and click on the Safari section from the menu and then choose Preferences. Next switch to the Website tab and select Page Zoom. At the bottom select the page zooming level and if you want to decrease the size of the page then select the percentage less than 100%.