CoffeeCup Photo Gallery 6.0
CoffeeCup Photo Gallery is an easy-to-use photo gallery creator for your Website.
It supports all major image formats, including .GIF, .JPG, .PNG, .BMP and more. And guess what: no HTML or Flash knowledge is required! Simply point the program to photos on your computer and you're all set. Photo Gallery will automatically optimize your images and upload them with sliding thumbnails. And with Photo Gallery's new templates and layering setup, it's very cool looking, too! <p> CoffeeCup Photo Gallery is a great way to put photos on your website or anywhere else you can embed Flash. Photos can be sorted into separate albums and you can add captions to each image. Using different backgrounds, colors, templates, and layouts, you can tailor CoffeeCup Flash Photo Gallery to the existing look-and-feel of your website. To give the experience more depth, you can even include sounds and music. There is no limit to what you can to with CoffeeCup Photo Gallery.
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