Using the Select Child command

Using the Select Child command

The Select Child command (Edit > Select Child) lets you to select child tags visually.

If you select an object in Design view that contains child tags--for example, an HTML table--you can quickly select the first child tag of that object by selecting Edit > Select Child.

For example, the <table> tag normally has <tr> child tags. If you select a <table> tag in the tag selector, you can select the first row in the table by selecting Edit > Select Child. Dreamweaver selects the first <tr> tag in the tag selector. Since the <tr> tag itself has child tags, namely <td> tags, selecting Edit > Select Child again selects the first cell in the table.



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