zoomerang

drop-in zoomer for anything

Zoomerang.js

Zoom in, zoom out on (almost) anything in your page.

Demo

Include with a script tag, or install with your package manager of choice (Bower/Component/npm).

Zoomerang.listen('#my-image')

Now when you click on #my-image, it will... of course, zoom in. When you click again, it will zoom back out to its original place. (get it?)

This is largely inspired by Medium's avatar zoom in effect, with improvements (you can resize / scroll the page when it's zoomed in and it still works). Please note it depends on the way browsers handle CSS transforms and has limited compatibility.

  • CSS Transform required. (basically, IE10+)
  • Works best on fixed size elements such as display: block, display: inline-block and img elements.
  • Avoid using it on long inline text that has natural line wraps.
  • When used on mobile, it's best to avoid auto font size adjustments (e.g. set scale fixed to 1).
  • Elements with non-rectangular shape will have pixelated edge in Firefox.
  • Doesn't work on stock Android 2.x browser.
  • Attach click listeners to all matched elements. You can also directly pass in a single node to this method.

  • Zoom in on the matched element. Fires optional callback when the transition is done.

  • Zoom out if currently zoomed-in. Fires optional callback when the transition is done.

  • Takes an options object. Available options (all options take valid CSS values):

    • transitionDuration - default: '.4s'
    • transitionTimingFunction - default: 'cubic-bezier(.4,0,0,1)'
    • bgColor - default: '#fff'
    • bgOpacity - default: 1
    • maxWidth - max element width when zoomed-in. default: 300
    • maxHeight - max element height when zoomed-in. default: 300
    • deepCopy - whether to copy innerHTML. If target element has complicated inner structure you might need this to make it work. default: false
    • onOpen - a callback function that will be called when a target is zoomed in and transition has ended. It will get the target element as the argument.
    • onClose - same as onOpen, except fired when zoomed out.

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