Walter was born in the land of cheese, and raised in the desert by prairie dogs and Jesuits. He lives near Philadelphia with his lovely wife, three daughters, and a racing poodle.
He is a recovering photographer, and enjoys speaking about himself in the third person.
display: none, screen readers and other assistive devices (and Google) can see them and understand what they are.
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If you are creating an external style sheet using CSSEdit or another stylesheet editor, you might become impatient with Freeway’s lack of classnames and weak support for IDs within its interface. The Extended dialog can help you add these, but it’s torturous to use. This action will allow you to apply a classname and/or an ID to nearly any element of a Freeway page.
113 downloads, 3 comments.
76 downloads, 28 comments.
This Action removes the IDs from any elements (and their children) to which it is attached.
117 downloads, 4 comments.
This Action will allow you to redirect to alternate pages or sites based on the maximum width of the browser’s screen. If you have designed a mobile site, and want to redirect to it in any narrow browser (not just an iPhone or iPad) then this Action will do that for you.
145 downloads, 1 comment.
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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).
195 downloads, 16 comments.
This is a new version of CalendarView, updated under the hood to streamline your page and make it load faster.
204 downloads, 2 comments.
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.
513 downloads, 35 comments.
1231 downloads, 11 comments.
When you submit a form without checking a checkbox, does anyone hear it? No, they don’t. This Action adds a hidden field directly before the checkbox to force the field to be submitted to the server, whether it is checked or not.
27 downloads, 0 comments.
Add a PHP-based automatic “checked” attribute to your checkbox form elements. Enter the name of the variable that is either true or has a true-ish value, and the Action does the rest.
30 downloads, 0 comments.
This function allows you to change the ID of an element into its ClassName, thus avoiding ID conflicts in repeating template elements.
18 downloads, 0 comments.
Code Buddy is a page action that simplifies working with external markup items in your Freeway pages. It allows you to easily add external markup to your pages while retaining the power and vestility of your code or text editor.
81 downloads, 1 comment.
Add a set of comments around any layer on the page. This helps you locate a particular element when viewing or editing the source code.
46 downloads, 2 comments.
Content Negotiation is an optional feature of the Apache Web server. It allows you to provide the same content in different languages, relying on the browser’s preferences to determine which language to send – all automatically. This Action automates the production of the index.var file that tells Apache which languages your site supports.
19 downloads, 0 comments.
By default, Freeway wraps any text within a DIV with a container tag, such as a P. Even Markup Items get this treatment, so it is difficult to add a block of code inline that will generate a DIV or UL or another block-level tag without the result becoming an invalid mess.
172 downloads, 1 comment.
Make multi-column text without any extra elements. Apply this Action to a text box, set the number of columns or the desired column width, the space and divider properties, and see multi-column text in your modern browser. As with all CSS3 goodies, browsers that don’t support these properties will silently ignore them.
173 downloads, 1 comment.
Apply this action to any HTML box (DIV or TD) and enter a positive number in the Corner Radius field to get perfect transparent rounded corners on that box. No additional images are needed, and borders curve around to fit as well.
255 downloads, 3 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.
160 downloads, 1 comment.
This action is an update to Walter’s CSS3 Shadow action that enables you to add a drop shadow or inset shadow to any html element on a page. It also adds the spread function which controls the width of the spread of the blur. This is the easy way to add a shadow to html elements without using any images.
151 downloads, 1 comment.
Apply this Action to an HTML box to add a CSS3 text shadow to all text within it.
58 downloads, 4 comments.
Use real hyphenation in HTML text on your Freeway pages. This relies on browser support for this feature, and gracefully degrades to looking the way HTML text has always looked in browsers that do not support this feature.
32 downloads, 1 comment.
Make a proper Description List (DL) in Freeway.
25 downloads, 2 comments.
Add this Action to an empty HTML box on your page to get rid of the annoying 1px font size (and missing Overflow setting) that Freeway foists on empty boxes.
55 downloads, 1 comment.