Chris Pirillo Video – How Do You Enlarge Fonts on a Web Page?

Yes, I’m addicted to fonts. I’ve admitted it for years. I like looking at cool fonts, and enjoy finding new ones. Someone from the PCPitStop community recently asked how he can enlarge fonts on a web page, to make it easier for him to read. You don’t need a new printer, don’t worry! The answer lies within your browser itself!

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Chris Pirillo is the founder of the tech blogging network, Lockergnome and previously served as host of TechTV’s Call for Help show. Chris’s insightful and entertaining how to videos will now be featured in the PC Pitstop newsletters and highlighted at and

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8 thoughts on “Chris Pirillo Video – How Do You Enlarge Fonts on a Web Page?”

  1. Why would one worry about getting a new printer ?

    Chris now don’t tell Me You’ve been reading web-page fonts via Printer ?

  2. I knew CTRL and +/- and ZOOM but did not know David Clarke’s which is, perhaps, easiest .. thanks, David and Chris ..
    not sure any of these methods will actually work in java chatrooms where I have been having the problem as now I have the added problem of not being able to access chatrooms with my current java INcapability – I guess it would be .. lol

  3. David Clark has the right answer. However, I usually press ctrl and + or – because I am use to doing that. I use Firefox of course.

  4. Neat tip, thank you. Also you can click Page, then Zoom, and adjust the size. I believe the settings are retained as I use this for my home page on a big LCD with high res and small fonts. Anyway, it’s much easier than changing dpi which requires a reboot and can make some programs inoperable.

  5. Maybe it’s just on my computer, but try this: Press Ctrl, then roll your mouse wheel. The whole web page gets larger or smaller.

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