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Min. jAlbum version
15.2
Description

* Mercury is a skin that produces clean, simple web pages that are responsive to the size of the viewport, and that support swipes on touch-capable devices.
* Image display is optimized for phones, making maximum use of the viewport.
* Customization options include control over page layout, theme images, thumbnail type (fixed shape, justified, separate folder thumbnails), caption content, font attributes, and colors.
* Albums may include self-hosted videos, YouTube videos, and Vimeo videos.
* Support for Google fonts and WOFF files.
* Support for providing links to external sites.
* Albums may include an information page that includes descriptive text, a small image, and an email contact link.
* Navigation tooltip texts may be specified in any language.
* Allows the user to insert a favicon link, a copyright notice, a meta description, a meta robots tag, and Google Analytics code.
* CSS and HTML code may be inserted into the finished albums via entries in the user interface.
* The skin produces valid HTML5/CSS3: it supports all current browsers.
* The skin produces separate slide pages, which is more SEO-friendly than pages that use dynamic routines to display the images.

Features
Transition effect(s)Responsive layoutMulti-language albumsUses JavascriptPlays video filesFreewareTouch interface supportSupports folders
Created
Aug 6, 2018
Last updated
Dec 5, 2018
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Homepage

https://jgromit.com/

Usage
Commercial use is only allowed if you have a jAlbum Pro license.
Modifications of the skin are allowed.

Releases

5.0.0 Dec 5, 2018 (current)

* Option to specify a font variant - either "normal" or "small-caps" - for all text elements.
* Some page geometry tweaks.

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fotofun2

fotofun2 3 months ago

Does your initial release include the Free Open Source Float Box?

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jGromit

jGromit 3 months ago

Mercury does not use Floatbox. In fact, Mercury doesn't use a lightbox effect at all.