Create, publish and update professional web sites without HMTL knowledge. Also includes image management and editing, automatic roll-over effects that support layered objects, ready-made web galleries and built-in FTP publishing with change-tracking.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:11
English, German, French, Italian, Spanish
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: StudioLine Web is the comprehensive solution for professional websites that does not require technical (HTML) knowledge. It integrates all applications for creating, publishing and updating in a single user interface - including image management and editing with over 30 image tools. The page editor is as easy as desktop publishing. Images and text can be placed freely on a page or layered on top of one another. Roll-over effects are created automatically, even for layered objects. A layout editor manages common objects and guarantees consistent appearance. Automatic image detail windows and ready-made web galleries simplify photo publishing. Built-in FTP publishing tracks pending changes and makes sure that updates are received successfully on the web server.
StudioLine Photo Classic 4.0.13 Image editor, organizer and sharing. 32 professional filters and effects. Support for IPTC/Exif and custom tags. All tags are fully searchable. CD/DVD archival. Photos can be
StudioLine Photo Basic 4.0.13 Image editor, organizer and sharing. 30 professional filters and effects. Support for IPTC/Exif and custom tags. All tags are fully searchable. CD/DVD archival. Photos can be
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