ammonet ImageServ

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The ammonet ImageServ is an application hosted on our servers and provided free to all of our hosting customers. It allows you to upload your images to your virtual host where you can organise, crop, resize, rotate and optimise them. The file manager window displays a thumbnail of the selected image for easy identification. The full URL of the image is displayed in a text box from which you can copy and paste the URL into any other application or database. This allows you link to your image easily from other services such as eBay. Users who list books on, can use the "SET" option to link all of their images to their books records with a single click. Our photo gallery addon includes an e-mail based "buy / enquire" option, plus the possibility to enable a link to your eBay listing. The ammonet ImageServ is thus ideal for on-line sales displays such as antiques, art works and books.

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Feb 11, 2009 
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ImageServ is a server side application and requires an ammonet hosting account.
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$25.00 USD
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ImageServ is a server side application and requires an ammonet hosting account.

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  • Now named ImageServ, it works well. I uploaded images optimized using MS Image Composer. The ImageServ optimizer shaved another 20% off the KB weight. Re-size is good - cursor drag or numerical value input changes the image size. The thumbnail display in the file manager is definitely useful if you don't name your image files systematically or use numbers. One click and you can see what the image is. A good system to house images remotely for fast download by calling the image URL. Recommended.

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