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http://research.ng-london.org.uk/iip_thumb/{{{object|NG0}}}.jpg&size={{{size|64}}}&type={{{which|front}}}&cnt={{{scale|1}}}&.jpg
 
http://research.ng-london.org.uk/iip_thumb/{{{object|NG0}}}.jpg&size={{{size|64}}}&type={{{which|front}}}&cnt={{{scale|1}}}&.jpg
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Revision as of 17:07, 19 February 2015


Template Example

This template has been set-up to allow users to directly include thumbnails of NG images directly from CID and the pyramidal images prepared from the images stored on GUIDO.

Please note that this template will display any available image when used within internal wikis, for all external wikis images will need to have been made specifically public before they will be displayed.

  • object: indicates the acquisition number (or specific image number).
  • size: indicates the maximum pixel dimension of the thumbnail, height or width. Please note that it may not be possible to render very large thumbnails, particularly on the external server a maximum pixel dimension with have been set [OPTIONAL default is set to 64].
  • which: indicates the type of images that should be displayed.[OPTIONAL default is set to display the front visible image].
    • options include: visible, front, back, x-ray, uv, ir or image.
    • When "image" is used then the full specific image name will be required rather than just the acquisition number.
  • 'scale: if a particular image is quite dark or if you would like to emphasis the details in the darker parts of an image you can scale or brighten the image, this scale adjustment is indicated using a number; 2, 3, 1.4, 0.3, etc. Numbers above 1 will brighten an image and numbers below 1 will darken it. [OPTIONAL default value is set to 1]

A few examples for NG1093 can be displayed using:

{{NGThumb|object=NG1093}}


http://research.ng-london.org.uk/iip_thumb/NG1093.jpg&size=64&type=front&cnt=1&.jpg


{{NGThumb|
  object=NG1093|
  size=128|
  which=front
 }}


http://research.ng-london.org.uk/iip_thumb/NG1093.jpg&size=128&type=front&cnt=1&.jpg


 {{NGThumb|
  object=NG1093|
  size=128|
  which=back
 }}


http://research.ng-london.org.uk/iip_thumb/NG1093.jpg&size=128&type=back&cnt=1&.jpg


 {{NGThumb|
  object=NG1093|
  size=200|
  which=x-ray
 }}


http://research.ng-london.org.uk/iip_thumb/NG1093.jpg&size=200&type=x-ray&cnt=1&.jpg


 {{NGThumb|
  object=N-1093-00-000214|
  size=200|
  which=image
 }}


http://research.ng-london.org.uk/iip_thumb/N-1093-00-000214.jpg&size=200&type=image&cnt=1&.jpg


 {{NGThumb|
  object=N-1093-00-000214|
  size=200|
  which=image
  scale=2
  caption=This image has been brightened.
 }}


http://research.ng-london.org.uk/iip_thumb/N-1093-00-000214.jpg&size=200&type=image&cnt=3&.jpg