Freeway (originally Uniqorn) is a WYSIWYG web design application for Mac OS X (older versions also run under Mac OS 9), developed by the English company Softpress Systems. On July 4, 2016, Softpress announced the end of development on Freeway and other software products via a post on the homepage stating, “The end of Softpress Systems Ltd. has come true. and new product development, are insufficient to sustain the company as a viable entity going forward. ” Freeway is based on a pre-Mac OS X print publishing application called Uniqorn, also developed by Softpress, but discontinued when Apple penned its support for QuickDraw GX in Mac OS 8. to deal with any code, using desktop publishing similar applications like QuarkXPress or Adobe InDesign. Advanced procedures (like connecting to a MySQL database using a PHP scripting language) are done through plug-ins called “Actions”. Several Actions can be downloaded for free, but there are also 3rd Party Actions, like the “Auction Seller Suite” from FreewayActions.com, which allows the creation of Ebay-friendly HTML within the Freeway design interface. Many useful Actions are bundled with Freeway, the latest set of Softpress is a suite of actions that allows the user to create a shopping cart through the popular e-commerce system. Unlike most other WYSIWYG web design applications, Freeway produces HTML code and Cascading Style Sheets, making it usable in situations where valid HTML code is obligatory. For example, valid code is required by law on the majority of federal and state institutions’ web sites in Germany. Versions of Freeway from Internet Explorer 6 on Windows.