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This page has an image of a document, and when you click on it, it expands to a full screen.  Anyone know how this is accomplished?

http://www.zdnet.com/blog/facebook/heres-what-facebook-sends-the-cops-in-response-to-a-subpoena/11528
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Like you can use youtube to embed videos in a webpage, zdnet are using the ISSUU service to embed PDF documents AND a reader into their pages.
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There is an open-source web-based document reader available from: FlexPaper which is similar in functionality.
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Thanks!
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