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View Full Version : Merging Images in a HTML Page ?!



Boridegy
10-30-2006, 08:40 PM
Imagine you have a HTML page which contains an image and you want to save it to your computer but on the other hand the image is not a single image its cut into several small parts which they arematched together to show the whole image , by the way when you come down to save the image you should save the parts and merge them together !!
Note : i did this my self , i cutted the image to pieces and i put each one into a single frame which makes the load time decrease but the users are complaining how should they save the whole image without saving the parts !
Help Me ! Urgent ! :) Thx

VortexCortex
10-30-2006, 09:01 PM
Do what you've already done:
1) paste all the images into a single image.
2) upload the single image to the server.
3) on the page with the separate images, place a link to the single image.

users can then choose to right click and save as the image, and you can keep the page with the broken up image.

P.S. Here's a nice little program that you can use to capture a "region" of the screen...

Meazure (http://www.cthing.com/Meazure.asp)
use the "box" measure tool to select just part of the screen, then press CTRL+R.

Open your favorite image editor and paste the image from the clip-board. (CTRL+V) in most editors.

Boridegy
10-31-2006, 08:18 PM
but let me be honest :
i've found a place with high quality images but the problem is that the images are cutted into hundreds of pieces , and i have the links to the pieces , i set them all together now i have a HTML page loaded which u see just one image but for real its hundreds of frames which they load a part of the main image i wanted to know if i can add a script to the page which after all of the pieces are loaded they would be combined together az a whole image ?! thx for your attention ! :) :thumbsup:

ez4me2c3d
11-01-2006, 01:40 AM
So it sounds like, someone went through some trouble of chopping up their graphics so people like you can't steal them easily, and you are asking us how you can defeat their efforts to keep the images safe?

There's no way in HTML to do this. HTML is not an image editor, therefore it cannot splice several image pieces together to form a single large image.

Boridegy
11-01-2006, 10:07 AM
Im Asking For Java Script or any other Scripts i know you can not reach that with html coding !:confused:



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