ReVif has developed a Responsive Zoom Desktop Solution more satisfying than conventional Zoom In/Out window functions.
You can view ReVif pages from multiple perspectives almost simultaneously.
ReVif leverages a simple browser power, which you might not know exists.
For desktop devices, ReVif provides extreme power.
This responsive solution is useful and amusing on all ReVif pages.
Narrowing the desktop browser window is all you have to do.
Revif's Responsive Zoom takes over from there.
Here's a video, followed by real examples of narrowing the desktop browser.
See how the image of the newspaper article enlarges when the window is narrowed.
Use the Responsive Zoom yourself, on the following example.
Make sure your browser is not in full screen mode; otherwise the cursor can't grab the edge of the window.
Though it's more than a century old, the newspaper article may be pertinent to you.
It was to me after the Spring of 2020, until... I don't yet know for how long, as right now the pandemic rages amidst wildfires.
On your desktop device, with the browser window at it's standard size, and not in full screen mode, you see the image of a newspaper article to the left.
Scroll so that the newspaper article is at the readable top of your screen. Just like you saw in the video.
Place your mouse cursor on the right-hand edge of your browser window.
See the cursor pointer change into a horizontal arrow.
Hold the mouse button down and drag to the left.
The browser window narrows. As you drag, the newspaper article changes dimensions and descends downward. It first becomes smaller. You may stop dragging and scroll up anytime.
Continue dragging. When the window is a little more than half as narrow as its original size, the newspaper article will suddenly enlarge. It is now easy to read, and the descriptive text is also accessible by scrolling.
Sometimes, because detail is so rich and important, Revif presents immediate close-ups of large images.
You might not, at the moment feel like such intensity, and instead want to reduce the image.
In this case, use the same technique of narrowing the browser window.
Now the large image will reduce instead of enlarging.
Use the Responsive Zoom in the example below, just as you did in the above example.
As you began reading this article from The Athens Banner, Wednesday Morning, June 20, 1906 and those surrounding it, you, I hope became very angry.
But if read to the end, you found The Hon. William Fleming was an opponent of racist voter supression.
He warned against the awful situation,
the exact situation
in which we find ourselves today.
He thought white supremacy must fail, because the people would reject ignoble fraud.
He was mistaken; racism has delivered us a completely fraudulent government.
You'll find many other unexpected, playful Responsive Zoom situations, as you browse the pages of Revif.com.
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