Being a lazy and forgetful guitarist, I like to see things displayed to me, but I'm not a music reader and like the chords on a single page, this tool allows you to render a chord, and then copy and paste.
This was designed to be a simple but flexable tool - the basic usage is:
Select a chord root
Select a chord derivative
Copy generated diagram into your Word Processor/song sheet (see the example)
More advanced useage
Click the settings icon to select a different number of strings (for Ukulele, Banjo, Mandolin, etc)
Click the settings icon to see the alternate tunings
Roll your own alternate tunings by using the drop down boxes for each string
Select the starting fret for creating barre chords
As always, the chord is displayed to the right, with the programs 'best guess' for that location. Some may not be 100% accurate if the chord can't be formed, and thus may drop off some of the notes. In that case, change the starting fret!
This web page was loosely based upon "QuickChord v1.2" by Lonnie West, with the ideology to quickly create chord diagrams to be pasted into a Word Processor. I personally use this for writing songs and adding their chords in (see the example), I hope you find some use for it. Being a freebie type of guy, I used the PHP Chord Library by Tony Pottier as the basis for this work.