Default Firefox Zoom Add-On

Posted on April 16, 2009. Filed under: Firefox Addons | Tags: , , |

Default FullZoom Level Add-on for Firefox is one of very useful, yet not much known add-on. Nowadays, more and more users are switching to larger LCD monitors ranging from 17″ to 24″. You may want to zoom the webpages, if you are using a bigger screen. Firefox has in-built function (CTRL + +) to zoom the entire webpage. It also remembers your settings. So next time, when you visit the website, you will get the same zoom setting.

However, if you want to set the default zoom level for all the website, ‘Default Fullzoom Level’ firefox addon comes very handy. It allows you to choose the default zoom setting for all the websites. So here are the few steps to setup the Default firefox zoom level.

  • To install the ‘Default FullZoom Level’, simply go to Tools, and click on Add-ons.
  • Search for ‘default zoom’ in ‘Get Add-ons’ tab. (You can also search the add on from Get Bookmark Add-ons)
  • Select the add-on and click ‘add to firefox’ to install the add on.
  • Restart the firefox.
  • Go to Tools, Add-ons. And Click on ‘Default Full Zoom Level’.
  • Click on ‘Options’.
  • Select the required zoom level. (Default is 100%). You can try different values to get the optimum zoom value for your computer monitor screen size.
  • There are other settings, which you can configure as well.
  • You need to restart the firefox, to see the changes.
  • Navigate through the Slideshow below to view the screenshots.
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