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  • What kind of scalability is my website?

    I try to increase my accessibility. However, I have learned that maximum-scale=1.0 can be an issue for visually impaired.

    How to I easily check if this is the case for my theme? And what kind of scalability is actually used?

    Thank you in advance.

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  • If you’re talking of viewport size, and if the site in question is the one you’ve listed in your forum profile, then the following is the viewport tag from your theme/site:

    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">

    According to MDN:

    maximum-scale: Controls how much zoom in is allowed on the page. Any value less than 3 fails accessibility. Minimum: 0.1. Maximum: 10. Default: 10. Negative values: ignored.

    As you can see above, your viewport above doesn’t use maximum-scale at all. It only specifies an initial scale, allowing the user to zoom to a higher scale if desired.

    Thread Starter sustained


    Hello George,

    Sounds good, so I should not have any problems. Thank you very much 🙂

    Best regards,

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