PhotoHTML is a plugin for Photoshop that converts any image to an HTML table
Version: 1.0PhotoHTML is a very simple free Macintosh plugin for Photoshop that converts any image to an HTML table. Each pixel in the image becomes a 1 x 1 pixel colored cell in the table. There is not any interface beyond a put file dialog to name and place the generated output HTML file.
Operating System: Mac OS X
Here are some key features of "PhotoHTML":
· It makes a great color code generator. Take a swatch of colors, run PhotoHTML and you've got ready to paste in table cell attributes. It is really useful for this, and worth having for the occasional need.
· If you are absolutely serious about no one downloading images off your Web page and don't care if it loads like a sedated slug, PhotoHTML is the answer. Short of writing a custom app, which would reassemble an actual image from table cells and background colors, no one will find a use for your images. (They can still take a screen shot, though, so it's just not worth in our opinion.)
· If you must have true 24 bit lossless color images that will display in any browser back to Netscape 2.0, PhotoHTML is the way to go. The only other way to do that is use a PNG image in very new browsers, which has little backwards compatibility. You don't likely need lossless images enough to do either one of the above, though. JPEGs are your friend.
· If you want the smallest transparent spacer gif possible, just run PhotoHTML once and you will have it. It auto-generates a 43 byte GIF file named "x.gif", which is the smallest you can get. It is not possible to make a transparent GIF any smaller with anything.
· Adobe Photoshop 3.0 or later