Versions

AddSelector.fwaction (2013-12-11) (Downloaded 98 times)

Contains:

  • AddSelector (item-action) - v. 0.2.1
  • AddSelector (action) - v. 0.2.1

Compatible: Pro 4, Pro 5, Pro 5.5, and Pro 6

AddSelector.fwaction (2010-04-27) (Downloaded 1 time)

Contains:

  • AddSelector (item-action) - v. 0.2b
  • AddSelector (action) - v. 0.1

Compatible: Pro 4 and Pro 5

AddSelector.act3 (2008-05-09) (Downloaded 1 time)

Contains:

  • AddSelector (item-action) - v. 0.2b

Compatible: Pro 3.5, Pro 4, and Pro 5

Author: Walter Davis

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If you are creating an external style sheet using CSSEdit or another stylesheet editor, you might become impatient with Freeway’s lack of classnames and weak support for IDs within its interface. The Extended dialog can help you add these, but it’s torturous to use. This action will allow you to apply a classname and/or an ID to nearly any element of a Freeway page.

The inline version of AddSelector allows you to add an ID or a classname to its enclosing text container. To use, insert this Action within a run of text.

Enter an ID and / or a Class, and one or both will be added to the surrounding text element. Remember that you are responsible for keeping your IDs unique!

3 Comments

can anyone tell me what to do with this binary file? Clicking does not open an install FW actions dialogue-but what else do I do? Martin

Try renaming the file from AddSelector.act3 to AddSelector.fwaction and it should work correctly. Alternatively, you can select the file in Finder and then use Get Info to tell Finder that .act3 files "belong" to Freeway.

Hi Walter Thank you-simple solutions are often overlooked! ;) Martin

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