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article imageRedefining The < img /> Tag

By Chris V. Thangham     Mar 29, 2007 in Internet
The basic format for embedding images uses < img / > tag in the web browser. Can it be better? Yes with Britepic.
AdBrite launches BritePic to help people add a lot of new functionality around embedded images. Just by changing the embed code, web publishers can add a caption, watermark, zoom, share,resize and other features.
Before we just placed an image in the site with < img > nothing fancy, just the image, but now BritePic takes it one step further, we can add to the picture the logo of the company, ads if one chooses to add, zoom, watermark, caption of the image. All can be done with a few easy steps once you becomeBritePic member.
I have added a picture of Monarch butterfly also called as Mariposa in Mexico for comparison sake. The above picture is the BritePic image and the below is the standard image we use from the net. You can see the difference.
BritePic simply uses a javascript code and also a non javascript code which can be added to MySpace, Blogger. It uses a flash player just like YouTube Videos to show the image with additional features such as the keywords, ads, caption, zoom facility etc.
BritePic doesn’t host image files, so one needs to save the images either in their own site or a photo hosting site like Photobucket.com, Picasa.com. The Zoom Function is good when one have less room to put a full blown image in a page, so the users can see a larger picture size by clicking the zoom tag.
Very easy to do this BritePic version of the image in a few steps, no coding language is necessary.
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