A new version of liveSite has been made available. liveSite if a free website builder produced by Camelback Web Architects and this new version offers plenty of new features for you to enjoy.
New Rich-text Editor
New Photo Gallery
The Photo Gallery feature has been completely redesigned to use the popular ‘lightbox’ format, so you can view photo in their original orientation and size. We also added the ability to drill down into multiple photo albums from a single Photo Gallery page.
More Interactive Pages
Now you can add a number of “system” regions to any page. For example, you now can create a page that has a photo gallery, a blog, a custom form, form views, and a calendar view, all on the same page! There is no limit to the combinations of Page Types you can now blend together with this powerful feature.
You can now backup or share themes between your liveSites. We have a growing set of customizable liveSite themes you can download from our knowledge base and apply them instantly to your liveSite.
Enhanced Comment Feature
We have enhanced the comment feature to provide for more finite control over your website postings. Now you can decide whether visitors must login before they can add a comment, whether they can remain anonymous when posting, and even enable or disable new comments on any page at any time.
Improved CAPTCHA Control
The CAPTCHA (spam protection) feature can now be enabled or disabled for all public forms on your site, if necessary.
Enhanced Cart Region
Cart Regions have been enhanced to be more dynamic. They will not display anything if there are no items in the current session’s cart. If there are items in the current session’s cart, the items and subtotal is displayed, and linked to the most recent shopping cart or express order page visited. This allows you to create multiple checkout processes for different audiences, and the cart region will navigate the visitor to the correct checkout page automatically.
Improved Login Region
You can now disable the login form from being displayed for more control over the visitor’s experience. This is useful if you want to display the user’s name if they are logged it, or nothing it they are not.
Improved E-Mail Campaigns
Expiring Tracking Codes
liveSite tracking codes (browser cookies) now expire themselves after 6 months to prevent old tracking codes from showing up again in Visitor Reports.
Control Panel Improvements
We added many small improvements to the liveSite Control Panel so it is less cluttered, and now notifies you when new software updates are available.
Check it out or test their demo at http://www.camelback.net/