Relied upon by WYSIWYG website owners, Magic Zoom has been the professional choice since 2006 for gorgeous on-hover image zooming effects.
This WYSIWYG image tool makes it easy to apply these effects to your pages.
With free new versions regularly released, your images will always look gorgeous with Magic Zoom.
Step-by-step tutorial to add Magic Zoom Plus with WYSIWYG. Follow the same procedure for Magic Zoom integration.
- Download Magic Zoom (free and fully functional demo version).
- Unzip the file on your computer, keeping the folder structure intact.
- Open the WYSIWYG built-in 'File publisher' and choose 'Add Folder'.
- Select the folder named magiczoom that you just unzipped. This will add the necessary files.
- In the main menu, go to 'Page > Page HTML' and add references to the JS/CSS files between the <head> </head> tags.
- Place an image on the page and select the path to your thumbnail image.
- Right click on the image and select 'Link'.
- Set 'Link To' to 'File' and browse the big image to zooming, then press OK.
- Right click again on the image and click 'HTML'.
- On the 'Inside Anchor' tab add class="MagicZoom".
- You've finished! Click F5 to preview. Enjoy!
- If it does not work, the video above will help you find the problem. If you can't figure it out, upload your file to a website and contact us with the URL of your page and we'll identify the problem.
- Buy Magic Zoom To upgrade your free and fully functional trial version of Magic Zoom (which removes the "Trial version" text), buy Magic Zoom or get a free Magic Zoom license (for non-commercial sites such as personal blogs and charities). Then overwrite the demo magiczoom.js file with the one from your licensed version.
Thanks for trying Magic Zoom on your WYSIWYG site! What did you hope Magic Zoom could do? How can we improve it? Let us know, we're always improving our tools based on customer feedback.
- Go to image on the page and remove link to big image.
- Right click on the image and click 'HTML'.
- On the 'Inside Anchor' tab remove class="MagicZoom".
- In the main menu, go to 'Page > Page HTML' and delete references to the JS/CSS files between the <head> </head> tags.
- Open the WYSIWYG built-in 'File publisher' and delete 'magiczoom' folder.
- Magic Zoom is now uninstalled.
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