How do you keep zoom between pages consistent? via CSS?
I am new to CSS/HTML and couldn't find the answer to this question probably because I'm not using the proper terminology.
I have my separate pages set-up and don't know how to keep the 'user-zoom' consistent among my pages.
-User is on home.html. User zooms 3 times (control + '+'). Font is much bigger.
-User navigates to about.html. Font and layout is back to the small, default size.
Edit: For newer HTML coders, it appears that when you run the code on your local machine clicking on a link to another page will "reset" all the zoom [IE and Chrome tested]. However, apparently when you run it from a server the browser will remember the specific zoom and you don't have to worry about it. Hope this helps at least one person!
Because the zoom level is controlled by the browser itself, the way it behaves on a per page basis cannot be adjusted using CSS/HTML/JS.
A workaround would be to create custom zoom buttons with JS and the CSS transform property. You would then want to save the zoom level to a cookie and apply the current saved zoom level to each page the user loads.