DTP for the Web has been the watch word for Freeway for a long time, and so it is. However, one feature that all DTP applications support is absent from Freeway. This is partly because browsers have not always been able to reproduce this feature.
To create this effect, you need to work out the space where the text isn’t wanted, and insert some CSS to create the correct spacers to repel it. You need to do this for as many “slices” as you see fit. Until now, a job for some graph paper, pixel counting and long nights.
This Action works very, very simply. So simply, that you'll be producing flowing text in seconds. All you need is a text box, an image map path and the Action.
Version 1.1 of the Action now allows you to define an offset between the path and the text for even more control over your layouts!
The Freeway 5 version of the Action also offers a preview of the layout. Like the CSS menu Action from Softpress, you need to publish to see the preview.