Setting Fonts preferences for Dreamweaver display

Setting Fonts preferences for Dreamweaver display

A document’s 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:

  1. Select Edit > Preferences (Windows) or Dreamweaver > Preferences (Macintosh).

    The Preferences dialog box appears.

  2. Select Fonts from the Category list on the left.
  3. 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.

  4. Click OK.

Related topics

  • Understanding document encoding


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