Annona only works with images. It also works with IIIF collections and annotations.

Creating/Embedding an Annona page

  1. Create a file called annona.html
  2. Copy the code into file

     <title>Annona viewer</title>
     <meta charset="UTF-8" />
     <script src=""></script> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="">
     <iiif-storyboard url=""></iiif-storyboard>


  1. Open in the browser

Embedding with a URL

  1. Copy the code below into your annona.html file
<iframe src="replacewithmanifesturl"></iframe>
  1. Go to
  2. Enter your manifest url.
  3. Select storyboard
  4. Click on the Copy URL button
  5. Replace replacewithmanifesturl with that copied url
    <iframe src=",-475.5555555555557,11841.333333333332,9511.11111111111%22,%22fullpage%22%3Atrue%7D"></iframe>


  1. Go to
  2. Enter your manifest url.
  3. Select storyboard
  4. Update the view to reflect how you would like the page to load.
  5. Click Copy Tag (reating/Embedding an Annona page) or Copy URL button (iframe option) and embed.
<iiif-storyboard url='' styling='startCanvas: 47;toggleoverlay: true;perpage: 1;continousboard: true;index: 0;fit: vertical;overlaycolor: #2ad222;activecolor: #FFFF00;textposition: right;'></iiif-storyboard>


String Manifests

Annona allows you to enter your manifests or annotations in base64 encoded data uri or as raw json.

Additionally the tag builder will take your raw JSON entered into the form element with the value Annotation JSON to be used instead of annotation URL; Will convert to data URI. and will take your raw JSON and convert it into base64 encoded dataURI.

Last modified by dnoneill 2024-05-29 19:34:42
Created by dnoneill 2024-05-22 21:43:54

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