PRESS RELEASE: Rubber Dragon Upgrades Photo Gallery Web Solution
Photo Gallery is a web publishing solution for anyone who wants photographs, products or graphics to be the main focus of their website (as opposed to text and navigation). Information about new features added to the system, including search optimisation, faster loading and smooth image transition. Photo Gallery designed and developed by website design agency Rubber Dragon is ecommerce ready and includes a content management system allowing publishers to easily update their website.
(PRWEB) December 14, 2009 -- Photo Gallery at photo-gallery-website.co.uk is a web publishing solution first launched last year, new features now include improved search optimisation, faster loading, smooth transition between images and an animated cover flow version is also due for release shortly at rubberdragon.pl to allow users to visually flip through slides via click or mouse wheel.
Designed for anyone who wants photographs, products or graphics to be the main focus of their website (as opposed to text and navigation), Photo Gallery is ecommerce enabled allowing publishers to sell photographs or products. An online shop version of the photo gallery was completed recently for Swindon based Kudos Fencing, displaying a wide range of fences and gates, see it live at: www.diy-fence.co.uk.
Attention of visitors will be on the slides presented, meanwhile the beauty of the system for publishers is the administration area, allowing them to easily add new photographs, categories, webpages, text and links as well as online payment options. Titles, keywords and tags important for search optimisation can also be added via the administration area and the photo gallery has performed very well in search results.
focus on photographs (slides, products, images, designs)
bespoke visual interface design
content management system
optimised for good search placement
variety of slide show effects available
free hosting for one year
great pricing options available
(First posted on Tuesday, December 15, 2009 at 12:23 EST)