Online chessboard with adjustable board width and board height
Link to clone of righthand chessboard (embedded initial position and moves to navigate):
Link to current position on righthand chessboard with no moves included:
Link to playing current position on righthand chessboard against computer (online for free):
HTML code for static diagram image with link to share:
HTML code for animated diagram image with link to share:
HTML code to embed righthand chessboard on your own webpage:
WiseBoard Chess Board Editor
The WiseBoard Editor is an interactive chessboard whose width and height can be set arbitrarily. The chessboard can be edited by adding chess figurines to the board, moving chess figurines on the board, and removing chess figurines from the board. The editing history - the history of changes to the board - is stored in memory giving you full undo support and the possibility to play chess games with yourself. Additionally, you can open the current editing situation in a new window. Notice that The WiseBoard Editor can be a useful tool for position analysis: you can have as many chessboards as you please and each chessboard remembers what has happened on it. Moreover, you can save the results of your chess analysis.
WiseBoard Chess Mailing List
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Our Plans for a Mighty Online Chess Website
We are going to offer the following chess services on our website:
Whether you will be playing a private game, participating in a tournament, or reading the discussion forum, you will always have access to an interactive chessboard (WiseBoard Editor) allowing you to do the following things:
Analysis Tools and Discussion Forum
Notice that the WiseBoard Editor can be a useful tool for position analysis because you can have as many chessboards as you please and each chessboard remembers what has happened on it - allowing you to return to previous positions in the analysis history and open them in new windows to reflect the branching nature of chess analysis. Additionally, you can save your analysis results for future access or post them to the discussion forum.
Our chess discussion forum is going to be a really suitable place for exchanging chess ideas, asking chess questions, and solving chess problems collectively - thanks to the option of posting static diagrams or dynamic diagrams with an embedded game history. Such dynamic diagrams can start with any arbitrarily set position and allow navigation through the embedded history.
Forum readers will be able to open such posted diagrams into their private WiseBoard Editor windows, do all things mentioned above to these diagrams, and post a response diagram to the forum as a reply. Of course, it will be possible to write normal text in the forum.
Comfort and Focus on Good Play
Our interface is going to be easy to use and rich in possibilities to make it comfortable for you to play good chess. We will give you the option to choose between many sets of images for the chess figurines, and you will be able to adjust the size of the squares to make the board larger or smaller. (Try out different square sizes in our WiseBoard Editor demo version.) Our powerful analysis tools will make it easy for you to think and analyze your position before you make your move. We hope to bring out your best chess skills by giving you a good chess-playing interface.
We are already writing the code to make this all work
We have already started writing the programs that are necessary to set this project going. At the present moment, we are showing the first crude version for demo purposes. Take a look at the WiseBoard Editor to get a foretaste of the future power of WiseBoard Chess at Apronus.com.
If you are interested in the future of the WiseBoard Chess project, you can increase our motivation to keep on working on this project by subscribing to the WiseBoard Chess mailing list. If we see many people signing up for the mailing list, we will know that there is interest in our solution for the problem of playing good chess online and discussing chess online, and so we will work harder to get it started as soon as possible.