Hi,. I think it used to work with Google Drive until about 5 years ago. I had a blogpost on my blog showing the caffeine molecule in Jmol as proof. 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 . My apologies for the vague question. A few clarifications on what I would like to do: Google Sites () is a free website hoster and editor.
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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 dmbed that it be Java capable.
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There are no plugins that need to be installed for a browser to view a web page containing a Jmol image.
The software required for a browser to view a Jmol image is downloaded to the browser when a web page containing Jmol image is loaded into the browser.
For this to work, the Jmol applet code must be reside in the web site that serves pages containing Jmol images. The Jmol applet software is open source and the most recent version can be downloaded from the www. The software is downloaded as gzipped tar file, which when expanded, comprises a folder containing the following files:.
Here are the steps that can be used to embed a Jmol image in a web page. The image will be placed on page1. A pdb file containing the coordinants of the molecule that will be viewed in the Jmol image, also needs to be added to the site.
The first one estabishishes a link to the “Jmol. The third one, called “jmolApplet”, embeds the Jmol image on the page; it should be placed where you emed the image to be located. For the first script, open the page.
How-To: Easy Jmol Web Pages
The slide show below shows the three steps for doing this; click on any slide to advance to the next slide. For the second script, which tells the page1. To have this image look like the one shown above, we need to add some additional RasMol commands to the script.