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Add Deep Zoom image viewer on your blog or site with Seadragon Ajax

In many situations, in order to get a detailed look of any object, you need to see it closer. If you like to show Deep Zoom Image functionality on your blog or website, you can do it very easily with out having to write any code or any download. See the example below.

By using the Seadragon Ajax wizard, you can get Deep Zoom functionality on your blog or website.

1. Just create a new album with Photozoom.
2. Then view an individual photo and copy the URL that appears at the bottom.
3. Paste the URL of the Deep Zoom Image you want to show. Copy the embedded code and add it on your blog.

Note: To use Photozoom, your required Windows Live ID and Silverlight installed on your system.

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