Thorbjørn,

in most cases the tiff image is a scanned document and alternaTIFF delivers
the same functionallity as imbedded PDF - it is simply a imbedded "document
viewer" within the HTML page - JPEG dosn't have the same capabilities.



On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 5:55 PM, Thorbjoern Ravn Andersen
<ravn@xxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

Den 26/08/11 10.26, Àlex Corretgé skrev:
The problem is that the browsers can't show TIFF images (license issue)
if
you not install a plugin.
We split the TIFF file into multiple JPEGs using Java. This also allows
for HTML around the individual images.

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