jPictag: A Powerful jQuery Image Tagger, 5 Licenses to Be Won

jPictag: A Powerful jQuery Image Tagger, 5 Licenses to Be Won

If you have been using Facebook or Flickr, you will definitely come across their amazing photo tagging features. Have you ever thought of implementing this photo tagging feature into your website or other web projects? You are in luck!

Today, we are glad to have Henrique Barroso, a freelance web developer to offer 5 free jPictag licenses to our Onextrapixel’s readers.

jPictag: A Powerful jQuery Image Tagger, 5 Licenses to Be Won

About jPictag

jPictag is a professional powerful image tagger tool that gives you the power to create image tags on your website. This fast and light-weight jQuery based plugin allows customization and it comes with Ajax support, much like the ones you see on Facebook or Flickr.

jPicTag Site

jPicTag Demo

Features Overview:

  • Ajax support for save and load tags
  • Resizable
  • Skinable
  • Allows HTML
  • Visual Effects
  • Friend search filter
  • Label support (highlight & remove)
  • Documentation
  • Cross browser compatible with IE6, IE7, IE8, Chrome, FF, Safari and Opera.

Like jPictag? Comment to Win!

For a chance to win one of the jPictag licenses – all you have to do is to post a comment below and tell us which website / project you will love to implement in. Winners will be chosen randomly from the comments. Please enter a valid email address.

The competition will be open until this Friday 24th September 2010. Winners will be announced on this article and will be contacted via email.

Note: By retweeting this article you stand a HIGHER chance to win!

Here Are The 5 Lucky Winners

We are glad to announce the winners for jPictag jQuery plugin. These lucky 5 were chosen at random:

  • Cait Maloney
  • Rendy Tan Keok Song
  • Tony
  • Yoosuf
  • Jon

Winners will be contacted through email. If you are one of them and have not received an email from us or our sponsor by next working day – Monday, please contact us.

Thank you for all your support. For sure, we will be organising more giveaway contest so everyone will have a chance to win, stay tuned!

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Comments

  1. /

    My girlfriend and I are expecting a baby and I’ll create a blog to tell this pregnancy. I will post tagged photos to illustrate this beautiful moment.

    (excuse my approximative english, I’m french :)))

  2. /

    i wanna win :)

  3. /

    Can I haz in? Retweeted it already, my username is @manmohanjit

  4. /

    I hope I win!! :D

  5. /

    i just wanna try out for my clients application (wedding photo gallery).

    • bbg,
    • September 20, 2010
    /

    let’s win this :D

    • David B.,
    • September 20, 2010
    /

    wanna win! :)

    • Brian,
    • September 20, 2010
    /

    Would love to use this on our nightclub/ultra lounge website. We post photos after events and being able to tag them would help drive traffic to these photos.

  6. /

    I just so happen to be developing an application that relies heavily on image tagging. This is great news! If I win that is.

  7. /

    I would use this superb tool to improve my friend photo agency gallery:) So cool;>

  8. /

    Love this JPic Tag, I wanna win this!!

  9. /

    nice script

  10. /

    I would love to win a license to use in a wp project I`m thinking of starting!. Thanks!!!

    • Jon,
    • September 20, 2010
    /

    I work for a company who make a book full of user contributed photos from music festivals, I would use the script for our new website that we’re planning, to allow our users to tag themselves and their friends in our photos.

    Retweeted it @jont87

  11. /

    yay! I’m completely making over my website (caitmaloney.com) and this would be absolutely perfect! Thanks for the opportunity!

  12. /

    I would love to win this for a future website I am designing for my first business.

    • don,
    • September 20, 2010
    /

    this is a great. We have tons of images that need to be tagged

  13. /

    I want to win a copy. I want to use this on a wedding website.

    • peter,
    • September 21, 2010
    /

    This is awesome!

  14. /

    I want my copy!!! ill use it at a photoblog.
    Best of Luck d(^.^)z

  15. /

    Amazing, I can’t wait to win :D

    • astrid,
    • September 21, 2010
    /

    jPictag would be very useful to tag pictures of furniture on the new website we are currently developing: to tag important details such as decorations of tables/chairs or particular systems of extension for tables

  16. /

    useful script you sharing. thanks

  17. /

    I have a great project to use this script. please oh God please I have to win :)

  18. /

    I have a zenphoto site and it would be cool to integrate.

    twitter: illegal3alien

    • Omar 虎,
    • September 24, 2010
    /

    Nice!! I’ll use it in every image gallery.

    • Tony,
    • September 24, 2010
    /

    I’m currently working on my first portfolio site, and this tool would be an unique addition and would really make the photos stand out. Also, as a web designer, it’s something that looks extremely interesting to try out, especially since many people have already seen it in Facebook.

  19. /

    I’d love to use jPictag in my new startup web project, skyweav. jPictag could be used to really make photos stand out. Seems like a really interesting project!

    Retweeted with @summatx and @skyweav

    • Bojan,
    • September 24, 2010
    /

    It would be great to implement this on my social network ^_^

  20. /

    Hi everyone, thank you for your support. The contest is closed.

    The winners are listed at the end of this article. Thank you!

  21. /

    Wow, this will be very useful for future projects. Thank you!

  22. /

    big Thanks for you guys to making me and announcing me as a winner

  23. /

    I like this!! I wish one of these licenses!!

    Here’s my tweet: http://mobile.twitter.com/elboletaire/status/25663213552

    • Bob,
    • September 28, 2010
    /

    Maybe I am missing something, but what is the point of tagging pictures without the backing of the social network/index to corrolate them?

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