How to keep zoom level setting back?

Zoom level changes every time with the opening page, & I want to keep the already set zoom level, as happens in other browsers like Google Crome.How to maintain the fixed zoom level, to the selected sound level? I tried with add to solve this problem, but the result was not so good. I hope that you will help me... I enjoy FIREFOX... Thank you.

The Firefox Page Zoom feature makes a domain level by area to save favorite settings level users zoom, there is no default Page Zoom level setting in Firefox, as with some other browsers.

Try the extension Default FullZoom Level:

Or the NoSquint extension:

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