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.
162 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
204 downloads, 1 comment.
This Action is experimental
12 downloads, 0 comments.
Add the jQuery noConflict() function to a page that contains both Prototype and jQuery.
75 downloads, 0 comments.
77 downloads, 1 comment.
Freeway automatically generates a form tag that encloses all content on your page when you draw a form item on your page. This means that you can only have one form per page by default (because nested form items are not possible in HTML).
194 downloads, 2 comments.
Create fading slideshows out of graphics or HTML elements. These elements are loaded when needed, so the page size remains as small as possible. Uses Prototype and Scriptaculous for compatibility with Freeway Pro’s built-in effects.
355 downloads, 17 comments.
Apply this Action to the page to set a custom message for invalid form items.
71 downloads, 0 comments.
Apply this Action to the form item you want to be validated on submit.
223 downloads, 11 comments.
The WebYep Freeway Action Suite has been constructed for designers that want to concentrate on design and don’t want to adopt PHP or deep HTML skills to simply make some pages editable.
528 downloads, 27 comments.
Create an image slideshow that animates continuously. Use this element as a page background, or an in-page element, and use it in a responsive or flexible layout, too! The effect will degrade slightly on IE 8 and below, because the images will not resize to the size of the container.
289 downloads, 9 comments.
Reduce the page loading time for your graphics-heavy pages. This Action causes all images on your page that are not currently visible on screen (below the fold) to be replaced with the _clear.gif placeholder, so they load instantaneously. Whenever you scroll or resize the browser window, these images are checked again to see if any part of them is visible now, and loaded if necessary.
95 downloads, 0 comments.
138 downloads, 7 comments.
This Action opens a new window when someone clicks on the item to which it has been applied. This achieves the following:
320 downloads, 9 comments.
Use this Action to modernize your tables in Freeway. You can apply different background colors to alternating rows and borders, and set their opacity levels.
144 downloads, 13 comments.
This Action allows you to use Retina-ready SVG graphics in your Freeway page, while providing a JPEG fallback for elderly browsers.
116 downloads, 22 comments.
A simple Action to extend the standard CSS Menus Action to allow you to insert B.A.M. sub menus.
331 downloads, 20 comments.
Use CSS to change the color of the text selection. The Action allows you to specify the selection as well as text color.
42 downloads, 0 comments.
Places the page title into a Dreamweaver Template editable region
28 downloads, 0 comments.
This is an action to set php error_reporting options on your Freeway php pages.
21 downloads, 0 comments.
This first version of the Showcase Extras Action allows you to easily extent the standard Showcase Action that ships with Freeway 5.5 to allow you to add image gallery watermarks as well as change the visual style of the controls.
282 downloads, 6 comments.
The Image Guardian Action applies certain rules to the selected image item to make it harder for the web page viewer to download a copy of the image.
50 downloads, 2 comments.
The Mals E-Commerse Suite of Actions for Freeway is a collection of easy to use yet powerful tools to allow you to set up shop with Freeway quickly and easily.
122 downloads, 2 comments.
This Action allows you to “stick” an element on the screen in an unusual way. If the element is “above the fold”, such that it appears within the browser when the page loads, it stays put there until you scroll the browser window far enough for it to move out of the browser window. Once it reaches that point, it is “stuck” in place 10px below the top of the window, and never appears to move beyond that point.
319 downloads, 8 comments.