Zoom targets guide your viewers to certain parts of an image. As well as free-form zooming, viewers can click a zoom target thumbnail and zoom to the part of the image you want them to focus on. Zoom targets are an opportunity for you to highlight the attractive or interesting parts of an image.
The maximum zoom percentage of zoom targets is 100 percent. The minimum zoom percentage varies based on a combination of the viewer size and the image size, as shown in this table:
You can change the size of the Zoom Viewer to match the size being used on your web page. To permanently change this setting, you can change the viewer size on the Setup screen (if you are an administrator). See Setting up Zoom Viewer Presets.
Create and edit zoom targets on the Zoom Target Editor screen. To open this screen, select an image and do one of the following:
Click the rollover Edit button and choose Zoom Targets.
In the Browse Panel, display the image in Detail view and click Zoom Targets.
On the Zoom Target Editor screen, click Select Target button (the arrow) to select a target before changing its size or position. Click Add Targets (the rectangle) to create a zoom target on the image. The Zoom Target Editor screen also offers tools for deleting, copying, and naming zoom targets.
To see what your zoom targets look like in a Zoom Viewer, click the Preview button in the Zoom Target Editor screen and choose a Zoom Viewer in the Preview screen. For information about this screen, see Previewing images with different Zoom Viewers.
With the Select Target button (the arrow), click the target to select it. Then drag the target to a different location.
With the Select Target button (the arrow), click the target to select it. Then move the pointer over a corner of the zoom target and drag to enlarge or shrink the target.
Click the target’s thumbnail image on the right side of the screen. Then click Delete Target.
Click the target’s thumbnail image on the right side of the screen. Then enter a name in the Name box and click Save.
You can copy zoom targets from one image to another. Copy targets when two images present similar content and their zoom targets belong in the same locations. Follow these steps to copy zoom targets to another image: