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liveBooks Launches Website Developer for Wedding Portfolios

Read about liveBooks.com, a Flash-based website developer for wedding photography portfolios.

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March 28, 2007 – Software developer liveBooks, Inc. recently launched two website development programs, Wedding Platinum and Wedding Gold, that create Flash-based online portfolios. Geared towards professional wedding photographers, users can customize their wedding portfolios. The Wedding Platinum package is available for $3300 and the Wedding Gold package is priced at $2100, plus additional fees for Web-hosting.

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"liveBooks Wedding packages all deliver a personalized Flash-based portfolio website along with the easy-to-use editSuite giving you the power to edit and arrange your content as often as you wish," states the company website.

The liveBooks Wedding Platinum and Wedding Gold editions offer many of the same features, but there are a few differences. The Wedding Platinum version can hold larger photo files and store more images on the site. At $1,200 more than the Gold edition, the Platinum package also offers a higher resolution capacity of 920 x 562 pixel images, in seven separate albums of 64 images each, while Wedding Gold allows 750 x 500 pixel files of up to three 64-image portfolio albums.

Both liveBooks packages, compatible with PC and Mac, have a drag-and-drop lightbox feature and music and slideshow uploading.

The Wedding Platinum package is available for $3,300 and the Wedding Gold package is priced at $2,100, plus a $90 annual Web-hosting fee. For a product tour overview of liveBooks, visit http://live-books.com/index.html.

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