Flash Online Image Galleries

Are you looking for an attractive way to display your photography on your site?
We’ve recently released three Flash-based image galleries that will give you an easy-to-deploy, unique solution for displaying your gallery of photography and images within your web site.
The ImageViewerPlus series (Standard, XL, and XL2 with PayPal Integration) are resizeable online image galleries for showcasing and viewing images in a professional and intuitive interface. The gallery is designed for displaying larger images at a maximum width of 650 pixels and a maximum height of 488 pixels. The entire gallery is designed at a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels (800 x 600 in Standard version).
PSD files are included for changing the main background design or adding additional elements. All configuration is done by editing a user friendly XML file. This would include options for the following: background image, sound file definition, gallery button labels and large image definitions. Gallery navigation buttons are automatically generated from the information contained in the XML file.
They have support for unlimited categories/galleries. Scroll feature is built in for scrolling menu buttons up or down when there are more buttons than the display area allows. Left and right scroll arrows are provided for moving the thumbnails left or right when there are more thumbnails than the display area allows. A larger thumbnail expands out on mouse over. After clicking on a thumbnail, the larger image is displayed along with a description window in the lower right corner that can be opened or closed.
A slide show option is available for each gallery, along with buttons for displaying Next and Previous images. Images are displayed with a very smooth dissolve transition. The master background image can be defined within the XML file and edited with the included PSD file. Includes a sound on/off button. The MP3 file can be defined within the XML file. Two additional message screens are included for displaying additional information. These can be edited within the included FLA file.
HTML and java script files are included for calling ImageViewerPlus XL in a pop up window or full screen viewing. ImageViewerPlus can be viewed from the web or your local computer. Optimized for 1024 x 768 resolution (800×600 in standard version). FLA source files included.
Requires Flash MX (or higher) to edit some design elements, but is not required for out-of-the-box use. ReadMe file for editing the XML file and adding galleries included.
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ImageViewerPlus XL – $165
ImageViewerPlus XL2 w/ PayPal Integration – $195
ImageViewerPlus v1.0(standard) – $125
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