Interesting image-viewer for the web

Thanks to Highslide JS, “a piece of JavaScript that streamlines the use of thumbnail images on web pages”, I’ve implemented it together with Jesse Heap’s WordPress HighSlide JS Plugin.

You can try it out on this blog by clicking the image displayed in this post, and I recommend clicking the different pictures in this example gallery to see what you really can do with it. Very interesting, and I think it tops projects like Lightbox JS because of the many ways you can customise it.

I’ve composed this very short film, displaying how it works; mind you, Adobe Captivate cannot capture flows very well, so remember that when clicking the thumbnail, it zooms out at you.

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