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.
615 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.
195 downloads, 2 comments.
This Action creates a little ‘more…’ link in an overflowed HTML box, and shifts the overflow content into a lightbox-style overlay.
374 downloads, 4 comments.
WebTicker is a simple action that can be applied to any standard layered html box and have the content automatically scrolled like a news ticker. The scrolling is automatically stopped when the user mouses over the text and restarts when they mouse out.
398 downloads, 13 comments.
This is a bit of a patch for the Responsive CSS Menu Action until it can be updated. This Action, when applied to the same element as the Responsive CSS Menu Action, will apply a class of active to any links that point to the current page. This allows you to manually create a class style (.active) with the style of the current menu item.
293 downloads, 30 comments.
Need to create a web site that uses an online publishing system, such as a weblog or a content management system? Have a client that needs to make updates to their site themselves but they don’t have any Macs? This Action Suite allows you to create a dynamic site using ExpressionEngine (available separately) and Freeway that can be easily updated by users. ExpressionEngine (EE) is a highly flexible content management system (CMS) that allows those without extensive PHP experience to create database driven websites that rival sites with tens of thousands of dollars of custom scripting and database development.
177 downloads, 2 comments.
Text on a curve? On a website? Is that possible? Well, yes it is. Normally, however, such exploits are undertaken with either a bitmap image, or a foray into some SVG editing application.
97 downloads, 0 comments.
Add this Action to an empty HTML box on your page to get rid of the annoying 1px font size (and missing Overflow setting) that Freeway foists on empty boxes.
53 downloads, 1 comment.
This Action wires an individual form element or all form elements on the page to display its value when the form is posted back to itself.
119 downloads, 0 comments.
This Action allows you to use the Open Street Map service wherever you might use Google Maps. The resulting map is pleasantly-colored, and is very mobile-friendly. It works well in flexible or responsive layouts, too.
211 downloads, 1 comment.
Hate adding the same CSS over and over again, with different vendor-specific prefixes each time? PrefixFree is a page or folder Action which allows you to apply the prefixfree.js script to your page, dramatically simplifying any new or experimental CSS you may add to your site.
44 downloads, 0 comments.
This standalone Action places an input field on the page that will scroll pre-defined messages inside it like ticker tape.
222 downloads, 9 comments.
This Action allows you to completely remove or replace the Style tag of the PageDiv, or to add a ClassName to that tag.
52 downloads, 0 comments.
This is an action that can be used to style table cells background colour in Freeway Pro using onmouseover and onmouseout. Apply to each cell and then set the colour the cell background should change to on moving the cursor over and then for when moving the cursor out of the cell area.
101 downloads, 2 comments.
Want to use the Simple Site Search on the same page as another form? You’ll find the work-arounds are pretty complex. Simple Site Search Helper makes it easy to combine forms like this.
93 downloads, 0 comments.
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.
100 downloads, 3 comments.
Make a proper Description List (DL) in Freeway.
25 downloads, 2 comments.
This Action patches the version (and source) of Prototype.js and Scriptaculous to the very latest branch, making it more compatible with IE 9 and 10.
47 downloads, 0 comments.
This Action gives all anchor links on your page an animated smooth scroll behavior, rather than “snapping” into view.
817 downloads, 23 comments.
294 downloads, 6 comments.
This Action cuts an element out of the Freeway page. There are two practical applications for this:
34 downloads, 0 comments.
When you submit a form without checking a checkbox, does anyone hear it? No, they don’t. This Action adds a hidden field directly before the checkbox to force the field to be submitted to the server, whether it is checked or not.
24 downloads, 0 comments.
Cross-platform HTML5 video with the open-source VideoJS player. Falls back to Flash for the geriatric browsers in your life. Plays with a consistent user interface on any browser or platform.
155 downloads, 1 comment.
Apply this action to each form element and set the style options. Handy for field/text area element widths, heights, margin, padding and setting coloured borders or fills for text fields and text areas
191 downloads, 1 comment.
This Action is experimental
12 downloads, 0 comments.