Box Flash Gallery, based on Adobe Flash (cs3) technology, implements a natural and compact way to present your photos online. Use a table structure of thumbnails for navigating through your online flash album. Two versions are available: a Flash CS3 component for Adobe Flash CS3 users, and SWF object for users who do not have Adobe Flash. You can download a free demo with restrictions on the maximum quantity of photos, or buy the full version with 12 month support. There are no restrictions on the quantity of uploaded photos or quantity of domains where you install the gallery.
Art Photo Gallery is a simple and compact photo gallery. Its flexible appearance settings allow it to blend with any design. You can publish any photos and images on your site in a matter of minutes using this photo gallery. It is available either as a Flash CS3 component for Adobe Flash CS3 users or a SWF-object for users who do not have Adobe Flash. You can download a free demo with restrictions on the maximum quantity of photos. The full version includes 12 months of support with its purchase. There are no restrictions on the quantity of uploaded photos or the number of domains where you can install the photo gallery.
e-Photogallery is a Web-based photo gallery. It supports very large galleries and large files. Archive files (zip, rar, gzip, bzip2, tar) can be used for uploading photos. Most bitmap formats are supported, as well as SVG, PS, PDF, and EPS. Whole photo folders can be downloaded in various output formats and sizes. Other features include searching, tagging of photos and folders, and online resizing of thumbnails, and extensive control of access rights. EXIF data is read and used.
PHP Image Viewer is a one-file image browser and viewer for your Web site. It has a full-screen master/detail interface, with the file listing on the left side of the browser window. The image viewer area has a black background for contrast. It will display the image file selected in the left pane. After 15 seconds of idle time, the file list area will be hidden to allow more space for the image viewing area. Clicking on the image will toggle the size display from a “fit to window” mode into full-size 100% zoom mode. In full-size mode, you can use the arrow keys to scroll around the image.