Setting properties for multiple layers

Setting properties for multiple layers

Use the Property inspector to view and set properties for multiple layers.

To set properties for multiple layers at once:

  1. Set any of the following options:

    L and T (left and top) specify the position of the layers’ upper-left corners relative to the upper-left corner of the page, or of the parent layer if nested.

    W and H specify the width and height of the layers.

    The default unit for position and size is pixels (px). You can instead specify the following units: pc (picas), pt (points), in (inches), mm (millimeters), cm (centimeters), or % (percentage of the parent layer’s corresponding value). The abbreviations must follow the value without a space: for example, 3mm indicates 3 millimeters.

    Vis specifies whether the layers are initially visible or not. Select from the following options:

    • Default does not specify a visibility property.

      When no visibility is specified, most browsers default to Inherit.

    • Inherit uses the visibility property of the layers’ parent.
    • Visible displays the layers’ contents, regardless of the parent’s value.
    • Hidden hides the layer contents, regardless of the parent’s value.

      Note that hidden layers created with ilayer still take up the same space as if they were visible.

    Use a scripting language, such as JavaScript, to control the visibility property and dynamically display layer contents.

    Tag specifies the HTML tag used to define the layers.

    Bg Image specifies a background image for the layers.

    Click the folder icon to browse to and select an image file.

    Bg Color specifies a background color for the layers.

    Leave this option blank to specify a transparent background.

  2. If you entered a value in a text box, press Tab or Enter (Windows) or Return (Macintosh) to apply the value.

Related topics

  • Viewing and setting properties for multiple layers


Getting Started with Dreamweaver
Dreamweaver Basics
Working with Dreamweaver Sites
Laying Out Pages
Laying Out Pages with CSS
Managing Templates
Adding Content to Pages
Working with Page Code
Preparing to Build Dynamic Sites
Making Pages Dynamic
Developing Applications Rapidly
 
ASPTreeView.com
 
Evaluation has »ВВѕЗёЗЩЙЧНexpired.
Info...