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scale html5 output from FrameMaker 2019?

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I publish a document to html5 from FrameMaker 2019. I would like to set a scaling factor to the output, like you can do when printing. Is it possible somehow to make a setting which scales the out to 125% for instance?

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scale html5 output from FrameMaker 2019?

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I publish a document to html5 from FrameMaker 2019. I would like to set a scaling factor to the output, like you can do when printing. Is it possible somehow to make a setting which scales the out to 125% for instance?

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What's the scenario? In general, with HTML, the scale is controlled by the client device that renders it.

width=100%; is going to be completely different on a 3-inch cell phone screen and a 32-inch desktop window.

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You could just scale everything to 125% by putting this into your CSS:

html {

    zoom: 1.25;

}

But why would one want to do this? If you need to have things "bigger", why do you not just define them bigger in the CSS in the first place?

Besides that, it does not prevent users from zooming in or out, and some browsers or future versions of them might ignore that anyway.

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