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Actinic Software Online

Although services such as Actinic Online don't offer the same flexibility as designing your own website from scratch, they do make it much easier, and in that respect, Micro Mart reckon that

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More information at: Micro Mart, issue 1184 (17-23 November 2011) Actinic Online Actinic Online is the result of a partnership between UK software developer Actinic and French e-commerce leader, Oxatis. … to review

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Mr Site Storefront

The lack of some tools such as Flash in Mr Site Storefront might be a deal breaker for some, but others will love it precisely because of its simplicity. Although the user interface is a bit

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More information at: Micro Mart, issue 1182 (3-9 November 2011) Mr Site Storefront 2012 Mr Site adds commerce-oriented website building to its array of development and hosting options. … to review

Apple MobileMe
Apple MobileMe

MobileMe's improved compatibility with Windows is a welcome step but Personal Computer World still felt that its heavy Mac and Apple bias could be enough to enough to put off some users.

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More information at: ZDNet, 7/2008 MobileMe MobileMe is the new, cross-platform implementation of Apple's online synchronisation solution. It can be used to seamlessly synchronise personal files and photos between multiple locations and systems such as between an iMac, a MacBook and an iPhone for instance. … to review

 
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Clikpic Website template service

"... Clikpic doesn't offer a multiple image uploader, so pics have to be uploaded one at a time, but you can attach descriptions, keywords, locations and dates. You're given plenty of …

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Photo gallery template service
Zenfolio Website template service

"... The main admin page looks complex the first time you view it, but soon becomes second nature to use, and best of all it recognised all the EXIF data from our JPEGs. Setting up the layout …

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Photo gallery template service
Photium Website template service

"... Creating a gallery was quick and easy; images can be uploaded individually or in a group using the Java multiple image uploader ... Other features in the admin area include photo sales, …

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Photo gallery template service
Mr Site Takeaway Website

"... You can add descriptions, titles and watermarks during the upload stage, but it took longer to select our images and upload them into our gallery compared with other templates ... You can …

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Photo gallery template service
LayerSpace Website template service

"... Uploading images onto the site was extremely quick, thanks to the multiple image uploader, and you can drag and drop images in the order you'd like them to appear. The interface is …

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Photo gallery template service
Amazing Internet Website template service

"... Setting up four galleries was effortless, however there's no multiple image uploader so you'll need to upload images one by one. With a set of 12 images uploaded, it was a

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More information at: Digital Photo, 2/2010 Make your own photo website A personal website is an excellent way to show off your images across the globe. We tested six leading website template makers to find out which offers the best service when it comes to creating a photo site online ... In test: Six website template services were reviewed and rated on template design, ease of use and value for money. Overall ratings of 1x “best of its class” and 5 x “good performance” were awarded. … to review

Apple MobileMe 1.1
Apple MobileMe 1.1

Macworld reports a focused successor to the .Mac service, with 'push syncing' well implemented and a range of solid web apps to boot. The remote access and iDisk features went down

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More information at: MacWorld, 10/2008 MobileMe 1.1 Apple relaunch their internet-based sharing and storage service under a new name. … to review

Apple .Mac
Apple .Mac

"... Our recommendation ... would be for iLife devotees to seriously consider signing up so that they can share their work with friends and family. ..."

1 review | 8 opinions (Poor)

More information at: MacUser, 18/2007 .Mac Perhaps of all the products and services announced by Apple, .Mac was most in need of an update. The offering had barely changed in years and it was starting to look not only somewhat low-tech when compared to the competition, but also very poor value for money. That's changed. It still costs £69 a year, but now you get 10 times the storage (a leap from 1GB to 10GB) and exciting new features linked to tools in iLife. If you're an existing member, and you've already paid a premium to increase your storage space, then you'll automatically see a commensurate hike, with 2GB accounts now sporting 20GB. … to review

 

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Many Internet providers also offer web space for your own homepage and a website-building template in software form. However, if you need more web space and a more professional design, more expensive web design software is available. Here specialised web space providers are more suited. Without software, however, web hosting is available cheaper.