A Joomla! 2.5/3.X module implementation of the jQuery jFontSize JavaScript plugin by Frederico Vanelli https://twitter.com/fredvanelli. This simple module allows you to define the maximum number of times the target element, CSS class or ID is increased or decreased in pixels. Focus has been put on simplicity and flexibility, including the ability to override the core stylesheet from within your template.

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For more details, and documentation, please visit this project's Github repository at https://github.com/betweenbrain/jFontSize-Module


Easy to pop in a discrete position to get one button for all pages. Resizes just body text which is neater.

Ease of use

Installed and ok in no time. Not many options needed. Responds to template css so blends in. Some option seem to do nothing? Work though.

I used this to: Making sites accessible.

Don't matter wich template you use.

If you need to give people the option to increase or decrease font size, just install it via Joomla's installer, activate the module and your done!

I am using Protostar and that feature is not available.

Great extension

Posted on 02 April 2014

This extension is a wonderful addition to a site aimed at seniors. Installation was a breeze, worked perfectly right away.

When a small error cropped up with a few users, his fast response and helpful service made quick work of fixing it.

I highly recommend this extension!

very good one

Posted on 10 February 2014

amazing module!!after 5-7 try that one works perfect

Simple but VERY GOOD

Posted on 16 January 2014

Really easy to use!

Many thanks to the developer!!!

Good extension

Posted on 16 August 2013

A simple and efficient solution. Works fine with Joomla 3.1.x and is compatible with all browsers.

I wanted a simple, quick answer for resizing text across my joomla3 website. Works really well across IE,Firefox and Chrome. Thanks for the solution.

I wanted to have an extension based on jquery, and which really is access-friendly.

Both does this module, excellent work. The goal does not need many parameters as some other commercial modules offer. So it stays intuitive as it should.

Many thanks for publishing at github.

Owner's reply: Thanks for the review Pierre! I'm glad that you like the module and find it helpful. Enjoy!
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Date added:
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