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Active Image Viewer

Active Image Viewer is an image viewer that provides a very efficient way to display multiple images within a small area. Thumbnails are automatically generated and displayed (removing the need to create smaller versions of images). When a visitor clicks a thumbnail, the full size image is displayed within the current page. Each full size image may have a link attached to it which can be set to either open in the current browser window or a new window.

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Recent releases

  •  11 Sep 2006 15:49

    Release Notes: Any number of images may be added to the viewer, and the display area can be set to any size required. Alternative and popup text may be assigned to all images. Images can be set to link to any page or URL and open in any browser window or frame. Full URL support was added, including window naming and frame targets. Thumbnails are automatically generated.


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