I thought you wouldn’t need the jquery one because it’s included in webflow - but it seems you do…
You also need to make sure that the class is just ‘zoomTarget’ - at the moment it is ‘table2 zoomTarget’ and I don’t think that will work
Even then it (sorry) still won’t work because it seems it needs to be read as ‘zoomTarget’ and somehow webflow is actually converting it to ‘zoomtarget’ (removing the casing) - I found this out by exporting the code and editing the class back to zoomTarget, whereupon it began to SORT OF work.
By SORT OF work I mean that it still didn’t behave in the lovely flowy way it does in the demo. It somehow removed the size constraints I set on the div, and then just did a weird zoom in/out that wasn’t very nice.
I might keep investigating this tomorrow but I’m really just messing around as I don’t understand it fully - In conclusion whatever the deal it’s clearly more complicated than it initially seems, and it doesn’t work fully as is with Webflow because of the case altering…
with that you could only have it zoom once? while there are multiple tables that need to be zoomed - I mean I could export the code and change the target to be capital - but don’t think that will work also?
If you can get around the other issues I’m having you would be able to have multiple ones you just need to add the classes independently, so you have a class called ‘zoomTarget’ and separately add ‘table2’ - the problem is you had one class with both words.
I’ve not used these any of these but there are various jquery zoom plugins here, it really depends what you’re trying to achieve. The Zoomooz one is awesome though… I’ll let you know if I get it working better.