I was recently reading an article on TimesofIndia.com. It was related to the demise of Rajmata Gayatri Devi of Jaipur. In the left side of the article, I noticed that the site had provided a button that could enlarge the picture of Rajmata if anybody wanted to see it. This button would open a new window and was supposed to enlarge the picture.
However, when I clicked this button and waited for the screen to show enlarged picture, I was quite surprised to find out that the picture was of same size only the text was missing. This is where you feel terribly angry about how those online buttons are used for purposeless wastage of time.
The screen-shots are showing some difference in size, which is due to different size of windows that I need to include; otherwise, there was no difference in size literally.
While surfing through some news item, if you feel you want to check a photo in an enlarged view and if you get something like this, what you are supposed to do. Write a blog? Yes, this is what I did and I hope that TOI people would do something if they got any air about this problem.