I have recieved an answer. I totally agree with Paul. I seems like Freeway’ s Responsive Features are a half ready solution.
Here is what Softpress told me:
We still offer RPL in Freeway, but if you want to reposition items on the page at various breakpoints, then you will need to switch it off or remove the Action.
Because you can’t rely on RPL to maintain the relative spacing between the items when building responsive sites, you will need to keep checking the page layout by previewing over and over to ensure that items on the page don’t overlap if any HTML text grows slightly in size.
The only other way around this is to build your pages in “inflow CSS layout” (rather than the default method in Freeway which is “absolute positioned layout”, which uses layer items placed individually on the page). By using inflow layout, if one HTML item grows in size when rendered in a browser, the content below that item will automatically be pushed down the page. RPL was introduced into Freeway to make standard layouts change to inflow layouts - but because RPL won’t work with responsive layouts you will instead need to build the page in inflow layout from the start.
To learn about the basic concepts of inflow CSS layout (often called “inflow box model layout”) you might want to check out the (very basic) PDF tutorial and sample file you can get by clicking on the link on the page at http://users.softpress.com/keith/box_model_tutorial/.
Inflow layout is very different to the normal Freeway layout workflow, but if you find it too difficult for your current project you might want to simply re-space the items after testing the pages over and over in a browser for now and then try out inflow CSS layout for a future project.
Hope this helps, let me know if you need anything else
freewaytalk mailing list
Update your subscriptions at: