For Immediate Release
SOURCE: Media Lab, Inc.
December 15, 2011 15:28 ET
Media Lab Releases SiteGrinder 3.5
Media Lab Adds Power to Its Popular Website Development Plug-In for Photoshop
LOGAN, UT–(Marketwire – Dec 15, 2011) – Media Lab Inc., premier provider of Photoshop plug-in website creation technologies, announces the release of its new SiteGrinder 3.5 website development plug-in for Photoshop. SiteGrinder 3.5 now writes HTML5 and CSS3 code allowing designers to take advantage of features in the latest browsers and Apple iOS devices like the iPad and iPhone.
The Media Lab SiteGrinder 3 platform is a collection of powerful website development tools that automatically convert Photoshop PSD files into standards-compliant web pages. SiteGrinder 3.5 creates elements such as customized CSS text, web-optimized images, interactive buttons and menus, drop shadows, rounded corners, transparency, CSS animation, image galleries and much more.
In addition to SiteGrinder 3′s 60+ hints and already long list of capabilities, Media Lab has added many new features to SiteGrinder 3.5. The new features include:
Support for HTML5.
CSS3 gallery effects.
Pin elements like social media toolbars to browser edges.
Simplified Headers and Footers.
Specify your own CSS classes on layers.
Google Font support for custom CSS typefaces on pages.
Accordions for displaying a lot of information in a small space.
Improved uploading to web hosts.
Image buttons in forms.
New hover and click behaviors.
On the PC, SiteGrinder 3.5 is compatible with Windows XP and later, including Windows 7. It requires Photoshop 7 or later including the latest Photoshop CS5, or Photoshop Elements 6, 7, 8 and 9. On the Mac, SiteGrinder 3.5 is compatible with Mac OS X 10.1 or greater, Photoshop CS3 CS4 or CS5 (Mac OS X 10.4 or later for the Intel-based Mac), or Photoshop Elements 6, 7, 8 and 9. Visit www.medialab.com for complete details and to download your copy of SiteGrinder 3.5.
About Media Lab, Inc.
For over a decade, Logan, Utah-based Media Lab, Inc. has specialized in creating interactive Photoshop tools that make it easy to bring amazing web designs to life. In addition to its flagship product SiteGrinder 3.5, SiteGrinder 3 and SiteGrinder 2, have enjoyed an array of favorable reviews and accolades since it debuted in April 2000 under the the name of Photowebber. Prior to the release of Photowebber, Media Lab’s innovative multimedia design tools, PhotoCaster, PSD2FLA, and AlphaMania, were used to create pioneering special effects seen at Disney World’s EPCOT Center in Florida, as well as in numerous popular music videos and motion pictures, such as “X-Men 2,” “Spiderman 2,” “Air Force One,” and “Armageddon.” For complete information on Media Lab, Inc. and its current products, visit www.medialab.com.