WooCommerce Product Image Zoom

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Need a way to add WooCommerce product image zoom to your products?

WooCommerce Product Image Zoom adds the ability to automatically zoom an area of an image by rolling your mouse over the image – similar to the effect seen on eBay auction images.

Easy installation, and incredibly simple configuration make this plugin a drop-in hands-off worry-free solution to provide your customers with close-up visual details of your products.

Roll your mouse over a product image and the zoom box automatically appears. Move your mouse around the image to zoom that area of the image. Move your mouse off the main image and the zoom box disappears. Click a thumbnail to switch images and view zoomed area again. It’s that simple.

You can adjust the position of the zoom box in relation to the main product image by choosing top, left, right, or left. And you can adjust the zoom box offset by X number of pixels if necessary, plus you can adjust the size of the zoom box itself. No CSS edits required to make those adjustments.

And, you can of course customize the zoom box by editing the CSS.

See the screenshot to get an idea of what the zoom box looks like. You’ll notice that the mouse is positioned over the main image, an area selector is visible within the main image, and to the right of the main image is the zoom box itself with the selected area zoomed in greater detail.

 Current version: 1.2.1


We keep all of our software up to date with the latest versions of WooCommerce and WordPress.

If you don't see any recent changes below it's because none have become necessary!

Version 1.2.2 - March 27, 2014

	Added class check to avoid fatal errors

Version 1.2.1 - August 5, 2013

	Fixed initialization so that the license key field appears correctly under all conditions

Version 1.2 - March 6, 2013

	Updated to support WooCommerce 2.x

Version 1.1 - January 4, 2012

	Updated to support automatic updates
Version 1.0 - September 24, 2012

	- Initial public release

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