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I know that the combination ctrl+ and ctrl- increases on reduces the resolution of my current browser window.

Can I program this with a button so the user clicks on a button or 2 to achieve this effect?
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I know you can do it with text size but it is done thru CSS.  I'm not sure about actual screen resolution because that is not affected by CSS.  Technically, ctrl+ and ctrl- change the 'zoom' and not the screen resolution.
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can you zoom a browser window programatically. buttons to be clicked?
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Not as far as I can tell.
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