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WebMagick

WebMagick makes image collections available on the Web. It recurses through directory trees, building HTML pages, imagemap files, and client-side/server-side maps or HTML tables to allow the user to navigate through collections of thumbnail galleries. Using JavaScript, HTML tables, and cookies, WebMagick can also allow the viewer to configure how they view the gallery. The primary focus of WebMagick is performance. Image thumbnails are reduced and composed into a single image to reduce client accesses, reducing server load and improving client performance. Everything is pre-computed. During operation WebMagick employs innovative caching and work-avoidance techniques to make successive executions much faster.

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  •  29 Dec 2001 01:01

    Release Notes: A noframes option, string customization, and lots of enhancements to the per-image HTML options.

    •  05 Dec 2001 04:27

      Release Notes: A whole bunch of bugfixes, updates, and new features; of particular interest is the new "noframes" option for a single directory of images.

      •  21 Aug 2001 21:46

        Release Notes: A new $opt_pichtmlnav option, which puts navigation buttons on per-image HTML pages.

        •  10 Aug 2001 00:19

          Release Notes: The bugs that have been fixed involve the (previously) missing blue_c.gif icon and compatibility with the latest version of PerlMagick.

          •  30 Jul 2001 16:23

            Release Notes: New features include an option to use HTML tables instead of image maps for displaying thumbnails, an option for the user to choose and save their own gallery layout using cookies, and compatibility with Netscape 6.

            Recent comments

            05 Aug 2000 15:02 kenyon

            impressive
            Wow. This is amazing stuff. Great program.

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