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    Senior Member whippetkid's Avatar
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    Hi,

    I am getting a custom CMS site designed and wish to include a page which has an image gallery which will probably be jQuery or similar, the function I esquire however is proving problematic to find. I want the images which are contained in the gallery to be downloadable in hi-res by anyone who needs or wants a copy....can anyone help?

    Thanks

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    Senior Member Webzarus's Avatar
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    Everyone else that I have seen do this put's all their hi-res images into some kind of archive format...and only uses a "low-res" image as the display since browsers are only capable of displaying 72dpi images... link the low-res to the "archive" file...

    .ZIP, .GZIP, .TAR, etc... that way it will invoke the browser to start a download session, if you use the images native format ( .jpg , .tiff ), the browser is going to try and display the image


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