Softpress’ Freeway 7 Pro now features responsive design for creating websites that automatically adapt to display for any device. This allows web designers to easily create sites that will adapt as needed to display for the correct devices, from phones and tablets, to laptops and more.
This feature is very handy in today’s world where an enormous amount of web surfing is accomplished on mobile devices. Freeway 7 Pro also automatically generates navigation menu, sports improved search engine optimization and social network integration, and offers greater options for table designs. Additional new features include the addition of productivity enhancements such as keyboard shortcuts and complete keyboard navigation around items and pages.
Freeway Pro lets you design, build and publish websites and e-mail newsletters without the necessity for coding or HTML knowledge. Its WYSIWYG approach on the Mac OS X platform means that anyone can begin designing for the web in minutes. Users can create original websites and e-mail newsletters without having to code, simply by manipulating “box elements” of text, images or videos as needed. Freeway 7 then automatically translates these elements into the necessary code for publishing to the web (or to e-mail newsletter format) automatically.
Freeway 7 also continues to make it easy for users to incorporate dynamic functionality such as e-commerce, multimedia, and navigation menus to sites, maximizing all of the latest technologies available to web designers along with surprising flexibility and customization.
Freeway 7 requires Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later. It costs US$149.99 for new users. Upgrades from Freeway 5+ Express and previous versions of Pro are $75.