These tools cover three subjects for now:
Changing the display options and how to use build in zoom functions of the Browsers, for example zoom in on a thumbnail without having to click for the full image.
Read on this subject after this introduction.
An overview of the possibilities Advanced search has on offer can be found here: Search tips
You can of course always search on a page with the standard shortcut: CTRL+f
An overview of the features Page Flip view holds can be found here: Page Flip View
With Quickview you can display a larger image and more item information when the pointer pauses over a thumbnail, options are on/off.
Grid view will show you a list of smaller thumbnails but with more metadata.
Thumbnail view will show you a large grid with lots of thumbnails but only the title information, this concentrates a lot more on the image aspects.
You can make webpages easier to read by magnifying the page (zooming in). If you zoom in, everything on the webpage will be magnified (including text, images and controls). Zooming will change the magnification of the webpage, regardless of the webpage's formatting. You may use the following keyboard shortcuts:
For Windows, press CTRL + PLUS SIGN (+) to zoom in, or CTRL + HYPHEN (-) to zoom out.
For Mac, press CMD + PLUS SIGN (+) to zoom in, or CMD + HYPHEN (-) to zoom out
If your computer has a mouse with a scroll wheel, you can also adjust the page zoom using the mouse scroll wheel. Scroll the mouse wheel up or forward while holding down the "Ctrl" key on your keyboard to zoom in. Alternatively scroll the mouse wheel down or backward while holding down the "Ctrl" key on the keyboard to zoom out.
Use CTRL(for Mac CMD) + 0 ZERO SIGN to reset.