As I’ve gotten older, my eyesight has gone from, “Geez! Why is that font so big, get your eyes checked!” – to – “Can you make that font a bit larger? I’m not 25 years old anymore, and I need to get my eyes checked.”
I expect many of our older readers are experiencing the same thing. Luckily, there’s a quick way to make a webpage in the Safari and Chrome browsers a bit easier to read.
How To Zoom In and Out in Safari and Chrome on Your Mac
While viewing a page in Safari or Chrome, Click the “View” menu option in either browser’s menu. There, You’ll see three options for viewing a web page.
Click this option to Zoom In close on a webpage. When you click this option, everything in your browser will get larger. This includes, text, graphics, and video. Click the “Zoom In” option until the display is readable for you. You might have to resize the browser to view the entire webpage.
You can also Hold the “⌘” key and tap the “+” on your Mac’s keyboard to enlarge the browser’s page display.
Click this option to Zoom Out on a webpage. When you click this option, everything in your browser will get smaller. This includes, text, graphics, and video. Click the “Zoom Out” option until the display is a good size for you.
You can also Hold the “⌘” key and tap the “-” on your Mac’s keyboard to shrink the browser’s page display.
To view the webpage as intended by the developer, click the “Actual Size” menu option in the View menu. This will cause the webpage to return to its original size, no matter how much you’ve adjusted the display.
By using your browser’s “View” menu, you can comfortably view any webpage with just a few clicks of the mouse or taps of the keyboard.
For more tips and tricks on how to make better use of your Mac, iOS device, Apple Watch, or Apple TV, be sure to visit the “How To” section of our website.