Image Magnifier using CSS and JavaScript

The Image Magnifier is a pretty cool combination of CSS and JavaScript. Basically nowadays we have come to the point where any programmer with a creative idea is empowered to make things that are incredibly helpful, fun and potentially enriching— or a combination of all three!

Almost anything you can imagine in the visual realm can be presented on a webpage, and since the distribution, finding and consumption of creative efforts is not a problem anymore for anyone with an Internet connection, the possibilities that are opened up in this brave new world of digital media are, as they say, endless. That’s right, I’m that inspired by this interesting magnifying glass effect over book binding at the link above!

13 thoughts on “Image Magnifier using CSS and JavaScript”

  1. hello i have a image.i want to put a magnifier on image.can u pls help me out to getting it in javascript

  2. Your magnifier looks good – it’s a cleaner implementation than others i’ve seen, and an interesting approach as well.

    I’d like to fiddle with it a bit and will share back if i can adapt it to work a little differently.

    Nice original work, many thanx for showing and sharing!

  3. I am working on a museum website where I would like to display a historic document and allow people to use the magnifier. Would it be possible to view your code?
    Thank You!

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