Category » Getting Started

New to Freeway? This section will let you know what you need to do to get your site up and running.

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  1. Introduction to Responsive Design
    The proliferation of internet-enabled devices in the last decade has led to a revolution in web design. That which was once static and only ever seen on desktop computers, must become fluid and viewable on a variety of screen sizes. Approaches to mobile web design have come and gone. Early on, i ...
  2. Installing Actions in Freeway
    Make sure that the Action has a .fwaction extension prior to installation. To install a new Action, most of the time you can just simply double-click on the Action file itself. This will prompt a message alerting you to the fact that you're installing an Action - just click OK. With some Actions ...
  3. Entering the FTP details into the Upload Dialog and Uploading
    Web hostsBefore you can upload your site you will need some web space. There are many web hosts out there to choose from so to make things easy for you, we've found some that work extremely well with Freeway. FatCow hosting is cheap and feature rich. Our tests showed that they were quick, very e ...
  4. Uploading Issues - A Troubleshooting Guide (FTP)
    For the majority of the time, uploading your site to the web is as simple as going to File>Upload, entering the server name, directory (if used), user name and password and clicking OK. However, there may be the odd occasion when the upload doesn't start or it stalls before completion. This a ...
  5. Can I Import Existing Sites into Freeway?
    The short answer is, no – not directly. This doesn't mean should stop right there though, continue reading to find out what you can do. Freeway has been designed as an HTML generator rather than an HTML editor. This means that your design in Freeway isn't HTML, it's a format that we've cre ...
  6. Fast Way to Recreate a Website
    This is one to staple to the wall: You can recreate a site in Freeway faster than you can clean up the imported code. Hands-down, the fastest production tool on the web. Make screenshots of each of the major pages of the site. (This is assuming that the site is built with some form of design tem ...