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9/16/2016 3:28 PM

Used to see skins a lot with a CSS Selector for end users to choose to enlarge or reduce font size on the website they are visiting. We're doing a site for the impaired and that function is desired. Is there a routine or module for that to inject into a skin? I'm not finding any skins in the store with that function. We can possibly code our own if we have a base template or routine to go from.

Anyone have an idea?

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9/16/2016 4:04 PM
I think that you see is so much less these days because modern browser have good zoom capabilities. I much prefer that as it scales everything on the website. for that reason, I generally advise against the font resizing approach.

But to answer your question, here is one approach:

Joe Craig
Patapsco Research Group, Ellicott City, MD
DotNetNuke Development and Services (
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9/19/2016 4:20 PM

Excellent, thank you.

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