With Auora Website you get 4 Flash website templates with 3 themes each, that is 12 different styles! plus you get an 'easy-to-use' software where you can change themes, background colors, music or record a voice over, replace images and much more..
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:10
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AutoPlay me for PDF 2.0.4 Simply drag and drop your PDF file and then press the Write CD Now button and you are done. AutoPlay me for PDF does all the work. Not only does it add your file it also adds the Foxit PDF Reader.
Description: No need to be a computer expert or buy expensive website software to create your own Flash website. With Auora Website you get 4 Flash website templates with 3 themes each, that is 12 different styles! plus you get an 'easy-to-use' software where you can change themes, background and wipe colors, change the music or record a voice over, replace images with your own or use the special screen capture feature. Change main text font, color, size and much more. Easily create PayPal e-commerce links and be selling your products online in minutes. It is as simple as point and click. Create and manage multiple projects. No programming knowledge required.
You can also use the 'Theme Editor' to change the 'look-and-feel' of the templates to suite your needs. Templates are used as websites but they can also be used as online electronic brochures, e-commercials, presentations, newsletters, resumes, photo albums, the list goes on. Add and delete pages, create search engine meta tags. Our unique software makes it so easy. When you have finished building your new Flash website, simply drag-and-drop your files to your server using the in-built ftp program. It's so simple!
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