HTML Image Page Generator – Convert image to art text in HTML webpage

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Making image textualized is a cool thing, that’s using plenty of text characters (numbers, letters, special symbols…) to piece together a whole image. The manual process will be like trying to build a pyramid, but we can use HTML Image Page Generator to quickly finish it in a few seconds.

HTML Image Page Builder/Generator is a free Image-2-Text converter developed by Jan Horn from South Africa. It can convert an image/photo in .JPG, .JPEG, .BMP, .ICO, .EMF or .WMF format to colorful ASCII art text in a HTML webpage (as HTML code which can be used anywhere).

The ASCII text (i.e. HTML page content) can be random text made up of “Any Character, Numbers only, Letters only, Binary” or loaded from a text file. In addition, you are also allowed to custom the page background color and page width.

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