LightBox Advancer is a simple and useful Dreamweaver Extension that helps to easily insert the LightBox into your web pages. It is designed to view the pictures in the popup LightBox window.
It allows customizing the LightBox window and managing the gallery content. No hand coding is required.
You also can create thumbnails for your images/photos without any additional software.
The extension automatically generates the CSS and JS files that are based on the parameters you set via its GUI.
You can explore all LightBox Advancer features before ordering the product with 15-day full-functional trial version
Expression web add-ins and dreamweaver extensions to completely automate the process of creating and modifying the horizontal and vertical CSS menu navigation for websites.
advanced CSS menu builder helps to build and maintain horizontal CSS menus, This powerful menu maker creates horizontal drop-down CSS menus without hand coding.
This plugin has an intuitive GUI and comes with a library of free professional-designed menu templates.
CSS Menus generated by this tool are light-weight, cross-browser, SEO-friendly, and fully compatible with IPad and iPhone browsers. You can use these menus with your static sites, WordPress sites, or anything else once exported.
feature-rich menu maker generates vertical css menus without writing a single line of code.
The program allows adding as many menus to the same page as you like and all created menus will SEO-optimized to ensure your sites gets indexed completely by the search engines.
You can quickly create a menu from stylish included templates or make fully custom menu design. With a modern and user-friendly using interface you can configure all the menu settings.
powerful solution to add sliding menu navigation without hand coding.This program is especially designed to make your work effortless when creating custom accordion CSS navigation for websites.
Integrated SEO control allows to improve search engines rank of the websites. Real-time live preview allows to estimate how CSS menu is going to look in the browser…