The below demos all use the Lite version of Fig.
- Demo 1 - default settings that come with Fig. If you use fig without a settings file, these settings will still be applied.
- Demo 2 - default settings, no navigation, loads a default gallery set in flashVar of HTML. This example uses the pictures from example 1. This shows how you can embed single galleries in different locations on a website by changing a few settings while still keeping the pictures organized in the same spot. This would allow you to make your own HTML navigation for your galleries while still using the Fig interface to display them.
- Demo 3 - black theme, different size thumbnails, different font face and size.
- Demo 4 - black theme, sized to 100% of window, fake navigation items to display how navigation works, larger thumbnails with no padding and no border (click the "Pictures" gallery under the main "Home" button to view).
- Demo 5 - Uses the lightwindow 2.0 script to load the gallery in a popup window. The cool thing about this is you can add a link like this anywhere in your website and you can also send the two flash vars that Fig accepts, settingsPath and defaultGallery, through the querystring. So you can link to your whole gallery like the Demo 5 link or you can make a link to a single gallery like this.
In Demo 4 you can also resize the window while a gallery is open to see how Fig will reorder the pictures as you resize the window. All of the demos use the same flash file that is in example 1 and are changed using settings from an XML file or flashVar's.
The images used in the demos are copyright their respective owners. They are used as examples to show the features of Fig and are not associated with flashimagegallery.com in any way.
I do not recall all the owners, but below are some of them. Check them out if you have an interest in awesome artwork or your looking for some inspiration for your own art.