ATAF-picture-eShop is 100% web-based online shop where you can sell your pictures in a familiar XP design ATAF-picture-eShopy is a easy to install, where you can easy can upload and sell pictures on the web.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
English, German, French, Italian, Spanish
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows CE, Unix
ATAF-Support 1.5 The ATAF-Support program is a online FREE web application that can handle online support request, inform the help desk by email to answer question, save the data in a Knowledgebase so user and support personell can search in the database later
Description: ATAF-picture-eShop is 100% web-based online shop where you can sell your pictures in a familiar XP design ATAF-picture-eShopy is a easy to install, where you can easy can upload and sell pictures on the web.
Also you can send your pictures as electronic postcard ( E-postcard ) with sound.
You can also select a group of pictures and view then as a slideshow
ATAF Web gallery supports
Upload pictures for public or private viewing
Direct upload of pictures from the users browser to the web application, no server components needed
Full searchable picture database
Advanced thumbnail view with zoom function
Copyright protection of pictures
Online member user account system with easy user management
A E-postcard system where the users can send the pictures as E-postcard
A slide show function where the users can view the pictures as a slideshow
A online picture forum where you and others can discuss the pictures
Four languages English/French/German and Danish
Save your pictures as personnel favourites
Easy online sending of newsletters to gallery members
Online update of news and events on the gallery that will be shown on the startpage
ATAF-Picture-WEB Gallery 2004.0.2 ATAF-Web gallery is 100% web-based online picture gallery in a familiar XP design ATAF-Web gallery is a easy to install online picture gallery, where you can upload and share
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