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MacBook-web page to fit screen size


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How do I fit a web page to fit screen size without having to side scroll? I'm fairly new to computers (6 yrs) and my 1st mac, also my first posting. Hello to all, happy to have found the forum that has already answered many questions, any and all help appreciated. Thanks.
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Firefox lets you zoom in and out with commands under the view menu

I don't think Safari can do this

The best browser for that is Opera, which has a scale meny in the bottom right of the screen

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