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Chapter 10. Working with Code > The Markup Tree

The Markup Tree

The HTML Outline Editor is an extremely useful way to look at HTML structure and hierarchy on a Web page. But what if you want to figure out where one particular tag or item fits within the hierarchy: is it within a <p> or <div> tag, or outside of it, for example? You could use the HTML Outline Editor, but one of the quickest way to check out an individual tag is with the Markup Tree palette.

The Markup Tree, which by default shares a window with the History palette, displays the hierarchy of the current page, relative to the location you've clicked within the document. If your cursor is inside a table cell, you'll see a view of the hierarchy in the Markup Tree that places the cell within the table and within whatever structure that table might be a part of, all the way up to the opening <html> tag of the page. You won't see the full hierarchy, including paragraphs or other tables, just what's relevant to the current tag.


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