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Category » Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

How to integrate advanced Cascading Style Sheets styling into Freeway Pro. Includes techniques for extending Freeway-generated CSS.

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  1. Creating Custom CSS Styles in Freeway
    This is a (very) basic step-by-step on how to use custom CSS Text Styles in a Freeway document. If you prefer to print off some pages to read (rather than read this long KnowledgeBase article), you can use the link below (under Attachments) to download a printable PDF file. Although you don̵ ...
  2. Changing the Appearance of Alt text
    There is an Action over at freewayactions.com that will allow you to apply a CSS style to Alt text on your site. This can be really useful if you have a site specific font that you want to use or if you want to hide Alt text from humans yet still allow machines to read it.
  3. Changing the appearance of the QuickTime Reference Movie Button
    The button on the QuickTime Reference Movie Action (Freeway 5.2.1+) has been toned down slightly so that it validates. If you want to ramp it back up then you can add the some code into the page that will give the button some transparency and rounded corners (Safari and Firefox only). Here's how ...
  4. Applying a CSS Style to a Radio Button or Checkbox Form Item
    If you are using Freeway Pro then you can use CSS styles to change the appearance of HTML form items that contain text, such as radio buttons and checkboxes. To do this, select your form item and in the Styles Inspector (the fourth pane of the Inspector) click the + to the right of the section ...
  5. Temporary and Permanent Styles
    Freeway has two sorts of styles temporary styles and permanent styles. Temporary styles are created when you change the style of text using the Inspector palette or the styles menu. These styles are created and named automatically and disappear when no text is using them. Permanent styles are ex ...
  6. Extending the Freeway generated CSS Styles
    Freeway Pro users will be familiar with the Edit Styles dialog where you can edit a number of character and paragraph level CSS attributes such as font family, color, size, style, alignment and so on. Not all CSS attributes are available in this list due to the sheer number of available attribut ...