What is the benefit?

If you have a gold related internet presence charting the gold price with our charts offers great benefits:

What does it look like ?

Here are a few of the available chart images:-

There are many varieties of image & each updates every few moments.  You can see the standard Galmarley charts in the catalogue.  From there you can choose the appropriate period, currency and style according to what you want your own page(s) to show. 

You can have more than one chart displayed, and because they are small [2.5k - 3k each] your pages will still load quickly.

Advanced Features

But the real benefit of our charts is that they can run actively for your customers in real time, and it's this interactivity and current information that keeps your customers coming back through your main page, again and again, to fire up the charting applet.  Meanwhile they pause to see your news and content each time they visit.

This is the Medium Size version of the active chart.  There is also a small and a large version.

The active chart displays pricing in your customer's own time-zone.  Customers select their own preferred currency, style and period, and - unlike the images - the chart updates automatically.  It also has real-time capability available at the users choice.

You decide whether to run it for them within one of your own web pages or as a pop-up.  You can see it work for yourself by clicking one of the four smaller images above.

Installing the chart on your web page

It is very simple to install the Galmarley chart on your web page.

All you do is visit our chart catalogue which lists out the image files.  Next to each one is the HTML code which you need to embed on your site.  Choose your image, and then copy and paste the code (as text) into your own HTML source in the place where you want the chart to appear.  Test it works and publish as usual.  That's it.

Modifying the displayed size

You can modify the displayed size of any chart image by changing the height and width values in the HTML as follows.

Find the line beginning:

    <img src=" .....

The filename defines the size of the file generated at the end of the filename, just before the .gif extension. e.g. "300x150.gif".  Do not not change this.  But just after this is the size the image is displayed...

    ... width="300" height="150"

You  can edit this to modify the size displayed.

Unfortunately sometimes when you re-size small graphics files the text in them becomes unreadable. If this happens to you probably the best solution is to contact our techsupport.  Our graph generator can generate the charts in any size, and all we have to do is put in your exact requirement and a file will be generated which does not need re-sizing on your page.

Disabling the active charting applet

If you wish to just use the small image files then disable the applet as follows:-

Step 1.  Remove the javascript function by deleting the HTML code between the <SCRIPT> tag and the </SCRIPT> tag

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript" TYPE="text/javascript"> function popitupmedium(url)
if (window.focus) {newwindow.focus()} return false; } </SCRIPT>

Step 2.  Remove the opening hyperlink associated with the chart image. Find and remove the following HTML:-

<a onClick="return popitupmedium('')"
target="_blank" href="">

Step 3.  Remove the instruction to click, and its associated link.  Find and remove the following HTML:-

<br><font face="Arial" size="1"> Click chart to
<a onClick="return popitupmedium('')"
target="_blank" href="">
run actively</a>&nbsp; (please allow 15s to load)</font>

Step 4.  Find the line saying

<img src="" width="300" height="150">

and remove the redundant </a> at the end of it.