Trying to find out what software is used.

While looking at cool computer builds I came across a Dutch site called " There I found the coolest computer build I have seen so far. It is a liquid cooled computer but the computer deck is the computer case. The thing that caught my eye is the photo software that is used to present the story. Below is the link (I hope it works) Can anyone tell me what software is used? Thanks funnnyfarm

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Looks like plain HTML and Javascript

If you right click any part of the scrolling images, and select View Source, (or whatever your browser offers), you will see the full page details. It looks like very complicated and comprehensive script and HTML

CoolIris has similar, and perhaps better, visualisations.


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Great Software

But I am looking for photo software to present my photos in the way the one I showed you dose on my computer not on line . But I will use this one for on line . And I have Google Chrome for my browser , and when you right click it , it dose not display anything like " View Source". Thanks funnnyfarm

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Yes it's a problem

That browser HTML code is very sophisticated and I expect the web site owners paid a lot of money to the web developers for that. It's big business.

I don't know specifically of any such software for non-browser use, but there are millions of software packages available, so you may find something.

Good luck in your search.


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