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Adobe Keeps GoLive Alive

Adobe Keeps GoLive Alive

by , 11:20 AM EDT, June 8th, 2007

Adobe released GoLive 9 on Friday, breathing a little more life into the Web site design application. The new version, however, is geared towards "professional designers who want to build web design skills."

GoLive 9 is being positioned as more of a learning tool for designers that aren't familiar with Web coding, and as a stepping stone on the way to Dreamweaver CS3. It supports CSS-compliant site design, includes a visual CSS layout window, and integrates with Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Acrobat. It also includes updated tools, color management, Smart Object support, site management tools, and more.

Unlike prior versions of GoLive, this new release is available only as an electronic download. GoLive 9 is priced at US$399, or $169 when upgrading from GoLive 6.0, CS, or CS2.

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