Editing code with the tag selector

Editing code with the tag selector

You can use the tag selector to select, edit, or remove tags without leaving Design view. The tag selector is located in the status bar at the bottom of the Document window and shows a series of tags, as follows:

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To edit a tag:

  1. Click in the document.

    The tags that apply at the insertion point appear in the tag selector.

  2. Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Macintosh) a tag in the tag selector.

    A pop-up menu appears.

  3. Select Edit Tag from the menu.

The Quick Tag Editor appears. For more information, see Editing an HTML tag with the Quick Tag Editor.

To remove a tag:

  1. Click in the document.

    The tags that apply at the insertion point appear in the tag selector.

  2. Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Macintosh) a tag in the tag selector.

    A pop-up menu appears.

  3. Select Remove Tag from the menu.

To select an object corresponding to a tag:

  1. Click in the document.

    The tags that apply at the insertion point appear in the tag selector.

  2. Click a tag in the tag selector.

The object represented by the tag is selected on the page.



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