This Action allows you to create the effect popularized on the Coda Web site. Clicking on a control causes a portion of the page to “slide” either horizontally or vertically to reveal a new part of the layout.
499 downloads, 35 comments.
130 downloads, 0 comments.
This Action patches up a number of things that Freeway gets “wrong” with forms. Applied to a page, it loops through the entire page, finds any form elements, and does the following:
69 downloads, 0 comments.
Apply this Action to a text field to make an easy popup calendar for choosing dates. Based on http://calendarview.org and includes Prototype (so no MooTools on the same page).
190 downloads, 16 comments.
This Action is in its very early beta form.. but basically it moves the Styles into the body, removes the outer div automatically created by freeway. Allows you to center the email via the outer table and finally removes the offending characters that stops the published HTML being run through TextMate’s “Move all styles to inline” if you have this application and bundle.
27 downloads, 20 comments.
Add a drop shadow to any HTML element on the page without any images or extra work. Select a color for your shadow, a degree of blur, and the X and Y offsets, and everything else is done for you. This works in Safari, Chrome, Opera, Firefox, and IE 9 or better.
154 downloads, 1 comment.
Apply this Action to an HTML box to add a CSS3 text shadow to all text within it.
57 downloads, 4 comments.
This is a realy quick rough action that allows you to integrate a Zoomify exported file from photoshop into freeway.
56 downloads, 1 comment.
This Action allows you to use the new CSS3 gradient properties, without having to hand code it on any layered table or normal layer.
220 downloads, 7 comments.
The purpose of this action is for you “The designer” to view and tinker with the css style/html code within the preview pane…
28 downloads, 0 comments.
The general description of what this actions does is…
55 downloads, 3 comments.
This is a complete re-write of the ScriptyLightbox Action. It does less than the original, but hopefully will be more useful for that limited set of functions.
177 downloads, 25 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.
561 downloads, 40 comments.
This is a Page Action, a Folder Action and an Item Action (for those of us who find Page Actions unruly). All do the same thing. Item Actions should be drawn on the page in the paste board as a non-layered item.
27 downloads, 0 comments.
This actions allows you to specify an RGB colour and an Opacity declaration to any table, table cell or div item.
54 downloads, 1 comment.
This Action allows you to set the display attribute of the element you apply it to to inline-block. This is a useful way to create “liquid” layouts, where block elements can wrap like text within a flexible container element.
42 downloads, 4 comments.
Add this Action to your form page to get automatic Zip code-based City, State, and Country field autocompletion.
17 downloads, 0 comments.
Any form that uses a Zip code or Postal code field may find some use in this Action. Choose a country and name your form fields
state, and when the visitor enters a Zip or postal code in the appropriate field, the other two fields (if present) will be auto-filled by the http://Zippopotam.us service.
21 downloads, 0 comments.
This Action creates a country code picker, and applies the Zippopotamus Action to the page in one step. Get instant Zip code to city and state conversion for any country supported by http://zippopotam.us.
12 downloads, 0 comments.
314 downloads, 6 comments.
1143 downloads, 11 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.
818 downloads, 68 comments.
This is a new version of CalendarView, updated under the hood to streamline your page and make it load faster.
196 downloads, 2 comments.
175 downloads, 12 comments.
Add the jQuery noConflict() function to a page that contains both Prototype and jQuery.
76 downloads, 0 comments.