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He is a recovering photographer, and enjoys speaking about himself in the third person.
Use any external CSS style sheet in your Freeway page. This can be a page within the site that you converted to a stylesheet using the ESS-Convert to Style Sheet Action or a stylesheet created with another application.
129 downloads, 10 comments.
Feed2js makes it easy to re-publish RSS and Atom feeds to your pages. It requires PHP 5 on your server (preferably 5.3 or newer so you get the best possible XML support), but it does work with older versions of PHP 5.
68 downloads, 1 comment.
78 downloads, 1 comment.
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:
70 downloads, 0 comments.
“Bust” your page out of an enclosing frameset. You discover that your site has been trapped in a frame by some unscrupulous person; someone passing your hard work off as your own, perhaps.
13 downloads, 1 comment.
Draw an instance of this Action onto any page you wish to track with the free FreeCounter2 Web traffic reporting service.
231 downloads, 4 comments.
Apply this Action to a form element to cause it to “freeze” to the size defined in your Freeway layout.
97 downloads, 0 comments.
Apply this Action to your page to add a warning message for any IE users.
17 downloads, 2 comments.
If you are stuck using GoDaddy for hosting, and you are also using the CSS Menus Action, you may have a problem with the Action-provided CSS looking too much like an Apache Include statement. This causes all sorts of havoc on GoDaddy’s not-so-standard servers. This Action, applied to the page, will rewrite any inline CSS to avoid this issue.
33 downloads, 0 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.
202 downloads, 2 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:
343 downloads, 13 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.
234 downloads, 0 comments.
This Page Action attempts to enforce HTTPS protocols everywhere there is a link, script, or form. Apply it to your page to change any generated URLs within your page code from HTTP to HTTPS.
31 downloads, 0 comments.
Apply ImageReplacement to any image on your Freeway layout, then choose a semantic heading tag to replace it (H1 - H6). The image will become the background image for the heading, and the text of the heading (made from the alt text of your image) will disappear on screen.
30 downloads, 5 comments.
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.
324 downloads, 2 comments.
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.
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.
278 downloads, 8 comments.
A quick hack on the built-in (Softpress) Link to File Action. As the title says, this adds a Target attribute to the link, so you can send the file to a new window or an iframe.
59 downloads, 0 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.
563 downloads, 40 comments.
Add the jQuery noConflict() function to a page that contains both Prototype and jQuery.
77 downloads, 0 comments.
This Action allows you to completely remove or replace the Style tag of the PageDiv, or to add a ClassName to that tag.
55 downloads, 0 comments.
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.
129 downloads, 0 comments.
Make it easy for your visitors to use the Pinterest service with your Freeway pages. This Action lets you insert a “Pin This” button on your page. When Pinterest members click it, they can add images from your page to their “pinterests”.
112 downloads, 2 comments.
So CUUUUUTE! Kittens of any size, grayscale or color. Just draw an HTML item on the page and apply this Action to it for an Instant kitty!
10 downloads, 0 comments.
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.
45 downloads, 0 comments.