Frankly, publishing large-dimension images on the web sucks! What are you supposed to do? Just throw a 2200 pixel by 1800 pixel floorplan image on the web and hope either the audience has a browser which will automatically resize the image, or has the patience to use their scrollbars to get to the part of the image they want to see?
Large dimension images, such as floorplans, seating charts, and class diagrams are very hard to put on a web page without compromising the integrity of the image. To help solve this problem, you can use SoarPort.
SoarPort provides a rich user experience for viewing large dimension images via an interactive “SoarPort” which allows users to control the motion of the image as if they were soaring overhead.