Zoom enables site users to resize the predefined areas of the web site.
I agree with languidcorpse. This nice plugin really works!!. The only one that actually does what is expected and it's not too expensive.
Many Thanks. :)
It works great, looks excellent and they went the extra mile to make sure it was exactly where and what I needed. The support and the team are excellent! Thank you so very much! For such a fair price it is a superb value, add their support and you can't go wrong.
<img> can't get focus so this is not accessible from a keyboard. You need to add a tabindex attribute or wrap the image in a link or use a button.
Not tried it because of the lack of accessibility. Not for me. Need keyboard use.
Thanks guys for this simple and useful solution. Everyone can try this and be sure that it rocks.
Installed Zoom and it works as advertised. I do have two problems with this product:
1) When the developer says all options are stripped out for the free version, it means that even the settings page for the one active set of icons does not allow changes in the settings. I don't mind having more icons in the full product, but make the limited set fully usable by the user. As is this a demo version for the final product--and it does not demo enough for me to know if I want to buy.
2) The price is considerably higher than many other word press "PRO" add on products that have more functionality.
Make the settings page active for the one available set of icons so I can tweak on my site and have a more realistic price point and I'll buy.
This plugin is designed nicely and works good, even with WP 3.5.
There are a lot of picto's and the settings are intuitive.
This plugin does a good job!
Apart from the fact that any browser can actually be used to do this job in a much more meaningful and elegant way, the free version is absolutely and utterly useless with fairly much all of the functionality of the premium version stripped out. A demo of the full plugin on the authors site reveals a completely unappealing and unaesthetic method of doing what anybody can do with a simple addon for firefox or IE.
If the author had been honest enough to allow try before buy rather than simply providing the bare minimum of a plugin to get people to download the advert for the premium version, I wouldn't feel as though I needed a bath right now, but as it stands the addon is ugly, unnecessary and the author seems to think getting you to install an advert is going to endear you to their money spinning idea