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  1. Download Font Awesome Workflow Description You can incremental search for Font Awesome Icons and paste it to front most app. Screenshots (Animated GIF) for coding HTML/CSS for designing in Photoshop, Illustrator, etc Usage Keyword fa: Search through Font Awesome Icons. Enter: Paste class name (for coding HTML/CSS. e.g. fa-arrow-circle-o-right) Ctrl + Enter: Paste character reference (for designing in Photoshop, Illustrator, etc) Shift + Enter: Paste character code (e.g. f18e) Cmd + Enter: Open in browser (e.g. http://fontawesome.io/icon/arrow-cir
  2. alfred-coder It offers URI en-/decoding, HTML character entity code conversion and Base64 de-/encoding. I've used Alfy and like this framework. 1. Requirements: Install the latest version of Node.js before: https://nodejs.org/en/ 2. Install: Download and open on GitHub: https://github.com/IOIO72/alfred-coder/releases/. Alternatively you can use the terminal command: npm install --global alfred-coder
  3. Currently for snippets and for the "Copy to Clipboard" output in workflows we can choose between "Plain Text" and "Richt Text". I would like to see a third option "Paste HTML". Typinator allows exactly this and the good thing is, that it allows me to easily write text including links with titles to Microsoft Teams. For example if the following text is pasted to teams as HTML, the text will use Team's default text format and will include a titled link: Try out <a href="https://www.alfredapp.com">Alfred</a> – a super cool productivity solution for macOS. The only w
  4. I want to paste and search query on the forum search field I want know how is it possible by using alfred: https://d.pr/i/i20w7K Here is the site: https://cracked.to/search.php please advice
  5. Hi guys Can anybody help me to create workflow for wrapping plain text to HTML? I'd like to wrap this list item1 item2 item3 into <ul> <li>item1</li> <li>item2</li> <li>item3</li> </ul> The same question is for tables, I guess it's the similar to lists
  6. I was hoping to use Alfred's snippets to store and edit 'canned responses' across various email accounts I manage. It works beautifully for text, but any hyperlinks are dropped. That is, "click <a href='location'>here</a> for help" becomes "click here for help" I know in Gmail that copy/paste retains hyperlink data, but any copy/paste into a text editor will drop the hyperlinks (I assume this has to do with meta-something). I'm not even sure if the TextExpander tools feature something like this, but support for rich html snippets would be amazing!
  7. Hello, while I love the ease of use of alfred and the great workflows created by the community, there is one thing missing for me to make Alfred perfect. It would be cool it were possible to output html or an image when a user presses enter on an item. This would be great for showing information on the web like wikipedia, imdb or wolfram alpha. It would also enable output that is more visually pleasing than plain old text output. I know that the not longer maintained Flashlight (https://github.com/nate-parrott/Flashlight) had this feature. Cheers Leon
  8. Hi guys, I just want to share with you a workflow that simply converts a MultiMarkdown text in HTML. DOWNLOAD Once installed you just have to copy the MultiMarkdown text to your clipboard, summon alfred, type mmd and hit return: the HTML will be instantly copied to your clipboard. You can read more here. ATTENTION: It requires MultiMarkdown in order to work. Only OS X is supported.
  9. Dash 2 (note: paid app) has just been released and it comes with a Alfred 2 Workflow. Dash lets users instantly search through documentation for 130+ APIs (ranging from HTML to Cocoa), for more information, check out Dash's webpage. All of the Dash-supported documentation sets are available for offline use. You can get the Dash workflow by installing Dash and going to Preferences > Integration > Alfred. Supported documentation as of the 2.0 release (documentation is constantly added so this list might go out of date): iOS, OS X, Man Pages, .NET Framework, ActionScript, Akk
  10. Hello all. I was wondering if there is anyone interested in creating an Alfred workflow to allow an easy way to use html tidy (http://tidy.sourceforge.net) and css tidy (http://csstidy.sourceforge.net). The workflow could be something like this: 1) user copies some html or css to the clipboard (CMD+C) 2) user invokes Alfred window (option+space); 3) user invokes keyword "tidyhtml" or "tidycss"; 4) user presses (enter); 5) a "tidied" version of the html or css is copied back to the clipboard replacing the older content (or directly pasted into an opened and with focus t
  11. Here's a quick workflow that will encode a string with its HTML special characters. There are no frills; if you select the result, then it will copy it to your clipboard. You can choose either a single character or a full string. The result is basically the same. Download HTML Special Characters from on Packal. Cheers.
  12. This is a new version continuation of my workflow 'iA Writer Markdown', but it works with any markdown application you are using instead of only iA Writer + some other changes. This workflow can be used to do 2 things in any markdown application: Grabs the URL from either Safari or Google Chrome, and uses it to format a markdown link on selected text in any markdown application. Grabs an image URL from the clipboard, and uses it to format a markdown image in any application (uses the frontmost application). How to use the workflow - TEXT LINKS: The first time you use the workflo
  13. WHAT A very simple search workflow on caniuse.com for those who don't want to spend 6 seconds on opening your default browser and type "can i use" in the search field, or spend 3 minutes on making your own custom workflow. So here you are. I know I'm going to use it often. HOW "use {keyword}" WHERE Grab the workflow here http://cl.ly/Pbr9
  14. !!! Follow this link to the newest version instead - this version supports both Safari and Chrome, and any markdown application you "throw at it". This workflow has 2 uses in iA Writer - to format text links and images (html, IMG tag). Text links To format a markdown link - In iA Writer you select the text you want to use as anchor text in the link, then you use the workflows shortcut or the Alfred command 'link' (no argument). A textbox will appear, prefilled with the URL from the frontmost Safari tab. The user can change this URL before proceeding. When you press 'Ent
  15. My primary browser is Firefox and I currently use "Web Developer" add-on to validate CSS or HTML of the current webpage. Sample URL structure: Validate CSS: http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?profile=css21&warning=0&uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.co.in%2F Validate HTML: http://validator.w3.org/check?verbose=1&uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.co.in%2F It would be very handy to just bring up Alfred and start typing 'v a l i d a t e' and be presented with two opitons: 1) CSS 2) HTML and then the selecting an option would send the current webpage URL to corresponding
  16. Need some help getting started with this workflow. Essentially what I need is this: [1] I'll be looking at a website in Chrome, and I would like to see how it will look on an Ipad or Iphone, via IOS Simulator.app (it comes with xcode). [2] I have lots of local index.html files I'm working on. I would like to open the selected file in IOS Simulator to se how it will look on an Ipad. Can anyone, give me an outline of how to achieve these workflows, please?
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