Typographical conventions

Typographical conventions

The following typographical conventions are used in Dreamweaver Help:

  • Menu items are shown in this format: menu name > menu item name. Items in submenus are shown in this format: menu name > submenu name > menu item name.
  • Code font indicates HTML tag and attribute names as well as literal text used in examples.
  • Italic code font indicates replaceable items (sometimes called metasymbols) in code.
  • Bold roman text indicates text for you to enter verbatim.

For a complete list of Dreamweaver resources, see Guide to Dreamweaver instructional media.



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