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Add Notes to Any Images with jQuery Notes

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jQuery-Notes is a simple and easy to use jQuery-Plugin that allows you to add notes to any image on your website or blog. The default folder jquery-notes_notes, where the notes will be saved, must be writable.

The notes will be saved as a JSON-string under the data-name [prefix]md5([image]).note. Query-Notes is under the Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.

jquery-notes

Requirements: jQuery Framework
Demo: http://jquery-notes.rydygel.de/samples.php
License: Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License

11 Comments
  • http://www.altinbilgi.net Faruk Akhan

    Great article

  • Jay

    Wow, what a horrible license choice, ‘You may not use this work for commercial purposes. ‘ Why would anyone want to do that?

  • http://www.gabeshackle.com/ Gabe Shackle

    I agree on the license comment. Restricting the use to purely non-commercial implementations seems like a good way to encourage people to lift the code, mask the original author and then use it commercially anyways. Allowing for commercial use and then asking for a reference would be a much better way to go in my opinion.

  • James
  • James

    I meant @Jay soz :)

  • http://www.configuracionvisual.com dlv

    really interesting, it’s great !!

  • http://rydygel.de Lukas

    Okay guys, I changed the license today ;)

  • James

    @Lukas – Excellent. I am a commercial developer and would immediately discount any tool that wouldn’t allow me to use it in a commercial setting.

    That isn’t to say that I wouldn’t look at what you’ve done and learn techniques from it to reproduce it in my own way, however most of the time that isn’t commercially viable so it’s easy to use it ‘as-is’. Which obviously means we have to respect your licence.

    I have contributed to a few ‘open-source’ projects financially where I’ve made use of them in my commercial projects. So don’t forget to put a paypal donate button on your site!

  • Uranus

    Sweet Zombie Jesus!

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  • http://websitecenter.ca/ Iouri Goussev

    I have nothing against this plug-in but annotations are the worst part of youtube and flickr

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