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PRESS RELEASE: Cerebrosoft Offers B*Gallery as Freeware
Cerebrosoft has announced that B*Gallery, their popular Java-based image publishing application, is now available free of charge with "no strings attached." B*Gallery was originally launched as shareware in 2003.
B*Gallery is a Linux, Mac OS X and Windows application that makes it easy to create HTML image galleries that can be updated, extended and shared. Unlike most Web gallery applications that create simple, static galleries, B*Gallery makes it simple to add, update, customize and connect content into meaningful photo albums.
B*Gallery comes with pre-configured themes that you can use to create galleries immediately. You can customize themes as much as you'd like, varying colors, fonts and other settings. Each theme offers a robust set of features, including a gallery index page, album slide show, photo details page and more. Advanced users have full access to the template files that make up a theme and can fully integrate galleries into their Web sites, matching their look and feel.
For more information, visit http://www.cerebrosoft.com.
(First posted on Friday, May 2, 2008 at 15:49 EDT)