There’s some hidden gems built in to ActionsForge that can make it easier to use.
Here is a set of functions which will allow you to reliably extend elements on your page with HTML
Freeway 6 no longer uses the style attribute on a DIV or other element as the sole repository of element geometry and styles. Depending on the user’s preference, this is moved either to the head of the page or an external stylesheet per page. Here’s how to modify those styles within an Action.
ActionsForge is designed to be a complete list of all available Actions for Freeway. Over time, this will become true, but right now, it’s going to take some repetitive work on your part to help it become that universal resource.
Freeway Actions are easy to install and use. Here’s how to do it in Freeway Pro 4 or 5.
The idea of a Web page appearing differently depending on the browser is as old as the Web itself. Yet we spend a lot of time and effort trying to level the playing field so everyone sees the same thing. Here’s another way to look at this.
Freeway offers a slightly hidden way to create styles that apply to elements on your page without being explicitly applied to an element in the design view. Here’s how to make them.
Here’s a simple way to add version checking to your Actions. The included Action code example checks this server for the latest version you’ve registered here.