Chrome allows you to adjust the size of web page content. There are multiple methods available to do so.
- Go to the Chrome menu and select the Make Text Larger or Make Text Smaller option.
- Press Ctrl + + (plus key) to zoom in.
- Press Ctrl + - (minus key) to zoom out.
- Press Ctrl + 0 (zero) to return to default size.
- Hold Ctrl and mouse scroll wheel up to zoom in.
- Hold Ctrl and mouse scroll wheel down to zoom out.
Chrome will apply the chosen zoom level to all web pages on that domain, for example all pages on sky.com
You can also press F11 to enter or exit Full Screen mode, or find the option in the Chrome menu.
Adjust Font Size & Style
You can make changes to how text appears in Chrome. To do so:
- Select Settings in the Chrome menu.
- Next, select Appearance.
- There is an option here to change the Font Size. By default it is set to Medium.
There is also a button to open another section to further customise fonts. Here you can set a minimum font size, change the font style, and set a fixed width.
Chrome allows you to change the colour scheme of your browser through a feature called Themes.
- Go to the Chrome menu, select Settings, then Appearance followed by Themes.
Explore the library and find one that suits you. Some may only effect the menu bars etc, while others may effect the web pages themselves.
Chrome also responds to system level changes such as dark mode, though again the web pages themselves may not be affected.
Chrome allows you to download and install browser extensions.
These are add-ons for the browser which change how it behaves or looks.
You can search online for extensions, and manage them by selecting the Chrome menu, selecting Settings, then Extensions.