Adobe Systems on Friday announced the release of
GoLive 9, a new version of their visual Web page editor. GoLive 9 costs $399; upgrades from previous versions cost $169. A trial version is available for download.
GoLive 9 is aimed at Web designers and graphic designer who want to create visually sophisticated Web sites using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) without having to tool with HTML code. It features copy-and-paste support from other applications, and integrates with other Adobe products.
Improvements to GoLive 9 include InDesign-like character and pragraph styles; a visual CSS layout window; “Place” command that lets you place images and other content; updated tools designed to match other new Adobe applications; copy and drag integration with InDesign; Universal binary support; simplified site management; and the Publish Server feature which lets you work on multiple pages to push modified content live.
Users of GoLive 6, Creative Suite or Creative Suite 2 are all eligible for upgrade pricing. Users of the Creative Suite Premium products are encouraged to
contact Adobe customer service for details.
System requirements for GoLive 9 call for a G4 or better processor (including Intel multicore processors), Mac OS X v10.4.8, 256MB RAM, 1GB hard disk space.