This Action gives all anchor links on your page an animated smooth scroll behavior, rather than “snapping” into view.
942 downloads, 30 comments.
This Action opens a new window when someone clicks on the item to which it has been applied. This achieves the following:
341 downloads, 9 comments.
Creates a popup with a list of US and Canadian States and Provinces on it - for use in Forms, also allows you to select default location that is shown in browser.
48 downloads, 5 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.
341 downloads, 8 comments.
Meant to be used in conjunction with Softpress' Create e-mail action.
17 downloads, 1 comment.
This Action allows you to use Retina-ready SVG graphics in your Freeway page, while providing a JPEG fallback for elderly browsers.
126 downloads, 21 comments.
This Action allows you to specify a color for a table’s first row, and alternating colors for subsequent rows. This means you can easily create “candy striped” effects on tables without having to manually select each row in the table and assigning a color.
32 downloads, 0 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.
149 downloads, 8 comments.
Sort a data table by clicking on the headers. Automatically creates the styles and re-orders the Freeway-generated HTML to make it behave properly like a data table.
74 downloads, 1 comment.
Add a line of code before and after the selected HTML item. Optionally remove the ID from the selected HTML item; useful if your outer code wrapper uses the selected item as a template inside of a loop.
27 downloads, 0 comments.
As the name suggests this Action allows you to have up to 60 targets in one stack. It should be used instead of the bundled Target Image Action if you need to use more than 20 images.
38 downloads, 2 comments.
This Action is an extension to the Target Load Frame Action that now allows 60 targets to be loaded up into a frame instead of the default 20.
16 downloads, 0 comments.
An extension of the bundled Action, this allows you to specify up to 60 targets for each group.
41 downloads, 0 comments.
This Action allows up to 60 targets and is an extension of the bundled Action in Freeway.
120 downloads, 2 comments.
This Action cuts an element out of the Freeway page. There are two practical applications for this:
38 downloads, 0 comments.
The Text Flow Action lets you flow text around an irregular shape. This can help add impact and style to a page, and you can start to plan ways of banishing rectangular blocks of text altogether!
54 downloads, 1 comment.
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.
110 downloads, 0 comments.
This action allows you to trigger 60 text rollover items.
62 downloads, 1 comment.
This standalone Action places an input field on the page that will scroll pre-defined messages inside it like ticker tape.
242 downloads, 7 comments.
Use this Action to upload extra files/resources to your server.
144 downloads, 1 comment.
Apply this Action to the form item you want to be validated on submit.
245 downloads, 10 comments.
Apply this Action to the page to set a custom message for invalid form items.
79 downloads, 0 comments.
This Action allows you to center the content on your pages vertically as well as horizontally.
108 downloads, 0 comments.
Use an HTML5 Video tag as the background to your page. This will work in modern browsers, and falls back to a static image in older or non-standard browsers.
791 downloads, 5 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.
176 downloads, 1 comment.