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#1 carlosp

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Posted 19 December 2013 - 04:45 AM

Wel... it's odd, and i don't know how to ask, so i'll just explain what i need to find out...

there is a technique to convert your entire webpage into small chunks of gijf's / jpeg's (images only) and everything is then put together by an xml file...

basically your webpage become a picture which is formed by small pictures. all your text, background, etc are splited in small images, then arranged to form your webpage.

i am sure there is a software or something which helps you to obtain this kind of webpages, but i don't know which one, and tried to google all evening, but without luck.... If there isn't software for this at least someone could tell me how this technique is named...

thanks!

 



#2 ircdirect

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Posted 08 January 2014 - 04:42 AM

I don't know of any software like this... but if there is... avoid it. It would be an SEO nightmare!  Can you imagine trying to "alt" tag 2000 images per page.

 

I presume you are trying to speed up the page load speed or something... if so there are better ways!



#3 WebStyles

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Posted 20 February 2014 - 09:38 AM

sounds like you're talking about photoshop, when you create slices on an image and then export to html...


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