» FancyZoom really rocks my socks (and my site)

FancyZoom 1.1 (released in February) from Cabel Sasser is a bit of JavaScript used on Cabel’s blog and later rolled to Panic’s site is a very attractive way of implementing thumbnail viewing on your site.  From the site, It is “Designed to view full-size photos and images inline without requiring a separate web page load” and a wonderful job it does at that!

It is a breeze to install for anyone running their own site with instructions that are easy to follow.  When I ran into a snag and emailed Cabel he responded with the help needed to realize it was my own fault.  This alone is quite a feat considering I’m not a commercial user.

According to the site FancyZoom is free for non-commercial sites; however, if your site is of the revenue-generating sort Cabel requests a one-time fee of $39 / site.

Feel free to peep the demo (click the thumbnail) I have set-up below or visit Cabel’s site here to intall it yourself!