The issue below is the source of 90% of support emails I receive, please read carefully
Gexf-JS won't work on chrome if launched from your local drive (with a file:/// URI scheme). This is a known security limitation, and there are 2 known workarounds:
Use a server (upload it or use a local server). If you have Python on your computer, the simplest is to launch a SimpleHTTPServer with the Command Line:
$ cd /path/to/gexf-js $ python -m SimpleHTTPServer
There used to a third workaround (The --allow-file-access-from-files flag), but it is no longer available on newest Chrome versions since 2014.
Hybrid directed/undirected graphs are now supported, and arrows can be shown.
Gexf-JS now speaks 9 languages: Dutch, English, French, Finnish, German, Greek, Italian, Spanish, and Turkish!
You can view more Gexf files by pointing your browser to index.html#Filename.gexf
Gexf-JS uses the canvas element, which might cause compatibility issues with older browsers.
It has been tested with the latest Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer versions.
It doesn't work with Internet Explorer 8 or older.
Gexf JS Viewer is now available in English, French and Italian
If you want to translate the interface in your language (and share this translation with the community), please translate the following sentences, send them to me and I'll upload them to github.
Strings to translate:
Any scripts or data that you put into this service are public.
Add the following code to your website.
For more information on customizing the embed code, read Embedding Snippets.