The export to web function in Jmol automatically generates some simple web pages that display views you design within the Jmol application. You can edit the pages created using a standard web editor to change the text and add features, such as pictures and tables. These automatically generated pages are also a good starting point for more complicated pages that require some hand coding. There are also some alternative packages for generating Jmol based web pages that require additional software or operate from servers.

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There is another page for operating systems and software suites that include Jmol. Most interaction with Jmol will happen by sending RasmolScript - like commands to Jmol. This is nicely documented by the Integration. It is also possible to get data back out of Jmol. This can be done by accessing the JmolViewer class. This might be replaced by an Interface in the future. One example of getting data out of Jmol is by adding a MouseListener to the Panel that contains the JmolViewer instance.

Note the Jmol notation of insertion codes: e. If your application needs to be notified of Jmol events, then you must create an interface to Jmol by implementing org. I stumbled for some time before discovering that the notifyFrameChanged event handler must include updateComputedMenus on the JmolPopup object.

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Below is an embedded Jmol image. It contains an initialization script which highlights and orients it to look like the image on Page 1. This is a link to page 1. Jmol images are Java applets. Because Jmol is Java based, it does not require anything of the browser except that it be Java capable. There are no plugins that need to be installed for a browser to view a web page containing a Jmol image.


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Note: although the title of this page remains the same, there is no longer any implication of Java applets involved in running Jmol. This allows Jmol to be embedded in web pages. Like with the application, commands can be applied to the model using the Scripting language. Starting with version See Jmol JavaScript Object for more details. If you only wish to create a web page s containing molecular scenes in Jmol, there are easier ways than starting from scratch: see Tools for Authoring Jmol Web Pages.


Easy Jmol Web Pages using the Jmol Export to Web Function

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