Thumbox is a script that organizes and displays clickable image thumbnails on web pages. It is browser and platform independent and can be added to any html page. When I created ThumBox, I wanted a clean way of displaying and describing screenshots of my work. I wanted to sort my images by category and have themes grouped together but have the enire portfolio compact and visible at a glance without being confusing or overwhelming.
With ThumBox, each row or slider is a group of related images with a title and description. If there is a lot of images, they slide into view when the user wants to see more. Groups of sliders are stacked and if the viewer is interested, they can click the up/down arrows or key up and down to browse the groups. For viewing the reference image I chose to use an existing script called Lytebox at www.dolem.com. an excellent image viewing script. I have included a customized version it in this package.
The result is a clean consise way of presenting a lot of thumbnails in orgnanized groups without overwhelming the viewer with too much information at once. It's simple to set up and with a little effort, it is easy to organise your own images.