Look at the code

Look at the code

Dreamweaver lets you view your page in either of two ways: Design view (where the document looks much like it would look in a browser), or Code view (where you can see the underlying HTML code). You can also use a split view that shows both Code and Design views simultaneously.

  1. Make sure the index.html file is open in the Document window.
  2. In the Document toolbar, click Show Code and Design Views (which is labeled Split).

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    The window splits, showing both the Design view and the underlying HTML code.

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    You can edit the code in Code view. Changes you make to the code don’t appear in Design view until you either click Refresh in the Document toolbar, or click anywhere in Design view.

  3. (Optional) To show Design view only, click Design view.
  4. (Optional) To show Code view only, click Code view.

When you’re working on your own pages, you can use whichever view is most comfortable for you. Most of the tutorials in this guide assume that you’re using Design view.



Getting Started with Dreamweaver
Dreamweaver Basics
Working with Dreamweaver Sites
Laying Out Pages
Adding Content to Pages
Working with Page Code
Preparing to Build Dynamic Sites
Making Pages Dynamic
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