PanoJS currently requires all the tiles to be located in a single directory on the web server. But as the overall images become larger and the zoom levels increase, the number of tiles becomes difficult to manage, and there is possibly performance hit.
1. A separate directory for each zoom level, numbered 0 to n, where 0 is maximum zoom;
2. Within each zoom level directory, the ability to create zero-to-many subdirectories, with the tiles files logically distributed.
There is a demo website attached, which you should install on a local host. The demo is a map with six zoom levels, made up of 620 files. Launch it via PanoJS.html.
The tiles are named as follows: [url removed, login to view]
Example: [url removed, login to view]
The tiles are in the /demo directory
The path is set within [url removed, login to view] when constructing the viewer.
After you have made the required changes, the tiles should be located as follows:
The zoom-level 0 files should be further subdivided as follows:
It should be configurable which zoom-directories are subdivided.
The file format cannot be changed, but you can specify rules for the prefix if you wish. Otherwise it can be any value.
Installing the demo should be easy. I use Apache on a Windows 7 PC.
I tend to like bidders who make a start on the work before bidding is complete, so they really understand what is involved.
Update: Attachment problem: the 58Mb demo I uploaded doesn't seem to have been attached. I'm investigating.
Update 2: I've attached a small file without the demo tiles. This is Freelancer_PanoJS.zip. Tiles to follow.
Update 3: A Dropbox link to the full demo is here:
Also, I've corrected the following section:
"After you have made the required changes, the tiles should be located as follows:
Update 4: Sorry everyone. I must close this project. Unfortunately, I am now in dispute with freelancer.com over a debt of GBP2. I do indeed owe GBP2 but they have undermined the bidding on this project by suspending the shawmat account midway through the process because it has been due for 35 days. You might have thought employers who have spent as much as I have would be respected more.