Press Release

DeIMG 4 Turns Images Into HTML Tables; with XHTML and CSS Support

Sydney,  AU   Feb 22, 2008 in Software

 

Mac developer The Daily Grind has released DeIMG 4, an application that builds html tables from image files. DeIMG 4 is a major update and rebranding of The Daily Grind's That's Not A Picture image-to-table technology, adding css support and better optimization. Cell size, optimization and alpha transparency handling can be customized, and generated code is ready for pasting into existing webpages or stand-alone publishing.

 

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Sydney, Australia - February 22, 2008 - Mac developer The Daily Grind has released DeIMG 4, an application that builds html tables from image files. DeIMG 4 is a major update and rebranding of The Daily Grind's That's Not A Picture image-to-table technology, adding css support and better optimization.

DeIMG can import PNG, TIFF, JPG, GIF and PDF files and convert them to HTML, XHTML or XHTML+CSS using table cell background colours. Cell size, optimization and alpha transparency handling can be customized. Generated code is ready for pasting into existing webpages or stand-alone publishing using the "generate header" option.

"DeIMG allows web authors to offer superior support for users who rely on browsers which support tables but not images," according to Daily Grind VP Damian Prendergast, "and the xhtml and css options improve accessibility to non-visual browsers."

Minimum Requirements:
* Mac OS X Version 10.3.9 or higher
* Full Tiger and Leopard compatibility
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 216 kB Hard Drive space

Pricing and Availability:
DeIMG 4.0 is freeware and may be downloaded from The Daily Grind website.

 

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The Daily Grind is a satirical news, software and video website founded in 2001. Its recent software releases span finance (MacATM), theology (Faith Converter), health system administration (Detox), Second World War gaming (Tank Repairman 1942), dictatorship management (Simbabwe) and technology that revolutionized the way people simultaneously view media and play pong (iPong).

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Damian Prendergast
Vice-President
0412 437659
Australia

 

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