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.
The Advanced Banner Rotation software enables you to display all your adverts in just one area of your page. It will load all your banner adverts and rotate them while your visitors view your page. In addition, search engines will no longer judge your page to be just another classified ad page. Its main features include unlimited banners, configurable link and target frame/window for each banner, any size banners, adjustable transition speed, ability to vary the pause time between banners, and a range of changeover effects.
Alexandria is a GNOME application to help manage a book collection. It retrieves book information (including cover pictures) from several online libraries, allows you to search for a book (either by EAN/ISBN, title, authors, or keyword), can import and export data into ONIX, Tellico, and EAN/ISBN-list formats, generates Web pages from your libraries, allows marking your books as loaned, saves data using the YAML format, features an HIG-compliant user interface, shows books in different views that can be filtered or sorted, and handles book rating and notes.
BBGallery is a small Perl script generating a number of HTML files from JPEG images that make up a image gallery to browse with any HTML browser. It uses The Gimp and Gimp-Perl to create thumbnails and to scale the images. It features thumbnail creation (size can be configured), scaling images to a configurable size (optional), links to full size image, meta-galleries, ability to assign labels or text to images/galleries using simple text files, easy installation and use, and an automatic slideshow.
BINS is a valid HTML 4 photo album generator with support for internationalization, EXIF, and customizable charset encoding, including UTF-8 (Unicode). Albums can contains other sub-albums. The appearance of the album can be fully personalized by using template and configuration parameters. The number and size of scaled pictures can be chosen in pixels or percentage of the original image. Several description fields (date, location, etc.) can be associated with the pictures, and you can add additional description fields. A command line utility or a GTK+ GUI can be used to set or edit description fields. BINS can use the EXIF data structure found in some pictures to automatically fill some fields (most notably, date and time) and to produce a page providing all information available on the picture, as well as the DigiCam settings when the photo was taken. All image meta-data are stored in XML files.
Cambozola is a Java viewer for image streams often produced by Webcams. Netscape can display these correctly, refreshing the images as they are streamed in. Internet Explorer and others do not, and only display the first image. Cambozola is a drop-in replacement for use on Web pages, and can be used in pages for Internet Explorer in addition to Netscape. It also allows access to the streams from the command line.