Setting Fonts preferences for Dreamweaver display
A documents encoding determines how the document appears in a browser. Dreamweaver font preferences let you view a given encoding in the font and size you prefer without affecting how the document appears when viewed by others in a browser.
To set the fonts to use in Dreamweaver for each type of encoding:
- Select Edit > Preferences (Windows) or Dreamweaver > Preferences (Macintosh).
The Preferences dialog box appears.
- Select Fonts from the Category list on the left.
- Select an encoding type (such as Western (Latin1) or Japanese) from the Font Settings list, then select fonts to use within Dreamweaver for that encoding, using the font pop-up menus below the Font Settings list.
For more information, see Setting Fonts preferences for Dreamweaver display.
The fonts you select do not affect how the document appears in a visitors browser.
- Click OK.
- Understanding document encoding