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A simple jQuery plugin for image zooming; as seen on Medium.
<link href="css/zoom.css" rel="stylesheet"> <script src="js/zoom.js"></script>
data-action="zoom"attribute to the images you want to make zoomable. For example:
<img src="img/blog_post_featured.png" data-action="zoom">
It's the best way to zoom an image. It transitions/zooms in really smoothly, and then when you're done, scrolls away, [esc] keys away, clicks away clean af.
If you hold your meta key (`
on mac) or (ctrl` on windows), it will open in a new tab. wow.
ps. use a
data-original attr to link to a separate image. Just for meta-clicking tho.
zoom.js should (in theory) work in all relevant browsers (ie9+). If not, create an issue! Thanks!
Written by @fat, made better by you.
This first release of zoom.js