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Display Image with capabilities to move around in frame like Google Map

Posted on 2008-10-15
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Hi I have a very large graphic I want to display in a web page. No way can I reduce the size and make it readable. What I would like to do is display the graphic in a frame and allow the web user to move around the image within the frame like google (or most mapping software does)  by putting a cursor on the image holding the mouse key down and moving around.

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Question by:charlesbaldo
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have a look at http://mjijackson.com/shadowbox/
in particular, the "draggable" option.
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You could just use the google maps api.
just add your image as an overlay on the map and limit the latitude and longitude to your image size.
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Thanks its cool but was apain to implement and read through the online documentation. Got it working thout and it did the trick.
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