103 downloads, 12 comments.
Creates a form tag that wraps the div or table that the action is applied to.
34 downloads, 0 comments.
If you’re building a secure page, you need to use HTTPS links to your CDN-hosted scripts and other resources to avoid mixed-security warnings or errors.
152 downloads, 0 comments.
To use high-resolution (Retina) images in HTML e-mails, Outlook needs the height and width to be added as attributes in the img tag. By default, Freeway puts these in CSS - perfect for websites, but no good for HTML e-mails.
27 downloads, 0 comments.
This Action removes the IDs from any elements (and their children) to which it is attached.
93 downloads, 4 comments.
The Responsive Video Action is the easiest way to add hosted video content to your responsive Freeway pages.
1268 downloads, 30 comments.
Apply a link directly to an HTML item in Freeway 6. The HTML5 specification allows you to wrap an HTML item with a link, like this:
319 downloads, 13 comments.
FW makes it very difficult for you to change the starting item # in an ordered list. This little action gives you that option.
123 downloads, 0 comments.
An Action for creating a full page backgrounds with slideshow features.
1091 downloads, 46 comments.
UK County form picker list
73 downloads, 8 comments.
This Action is specifically for Freeway 7, for Freeway 6, use this Action
680 downloads, 0 comments.
This Page Action automatically applies a clearfix to all unfloated parents with floated children, preventing the parent’s height from collapsing.
850 downloads, 3 comments.
Add a YouTube movie to your web page.
877 downloads, 12 comments.
In Freeway 7 the CSS Menu Action gives you the opportunity create a responsive menu, It does this by swopping out an input checkbox with a graphic of your choice. Unfortunately there is a certain attribute missing from that html output and thats the name of the input item. If you were then to use an application such as forms to go on that page it will throw up an error due to the checkbox’s lack of name.
258 downloads, 0 comments.
Use an HTML5 Video tag as the background to your page. This will work in modern browsers, and falls back to a static image in older or non-standard browsers.
704 downloads, 5 comments.
Create an area on your page that fades in and out, showing new content each time. This Action is very flexible in application, and can handle a wide range of content types.
530 downloads, 40 comments.
Converts the page width at all breakpoints from a fixed width to a flexible width. To be used in conjunction with the Box Sizing (FW7) Action.
451 downloads, 0 comments.
Allows you to change items' box sizing value from the default of padding-box to border-box.
254 downloads, 1 comment.
Target Show/Hide Layer Extras is a simple page Action (Page > Actions > Target Show/Hide Layer Extras) that allows you to change the standard fade effect found in the stock Target Show/Hide Layer Action for one of of a number of other effects.
314 downloads, 1 comment.
Use the new Inlay Content Management System directly from Freeway. Mark elements on your pages as editable, and Inlay will take care of the rest.
299 downloads, 2 comments.
The third generation of the ScriptyLightbox series. This Action is similar in application and design to ScriptyLightbox2. Under the hood, it is all new, using the CDN-hosted scripts and resources to make your pages lighter weight and faster to load.
767 downloads, 68 comments.
Extracted from TableKit, this Action converts a Freeway-drawn table to a complete semantic table, with
<tbody> elements as mandated by the W3C spec. It can also (optionally) strip out the P tags that Freeway insists on using to wrap your table content, and add a
<tfoot> element if you need that.
159 downloads, 0 comments.
Make a CSS menu for your Backdraft site that responds to the breakpoints you’ve set for your layout. When you scale down below the smallest “large screen”, you get a screen-space-preserving “hamburger” menu button.
607 downloads, 18 comments.
Apply HTML5 Page Action to your XHTML page to convert the doctype to HTML5. No other changes are needed to have a valid HTML5 page. This Action is built in to the other HTML5 Actions – there is no need to apply it to the page if you have already applied HTML5 Element or HTML5 Input to any element on the page.
193 downloads, 2 comments.