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Chapter 10. Working with Code > Using the HTML Source Editor

Using the HTML Source Editor

Although most Web page design may occur in the Layout Editor, and the HTML Outline Editor offers a convenient way to examine HTML structure, the HTML Source Editor provides an unvarnished view of the code and content that makes up a Web page. In the HTML Source Editor, there is nothing between you and the code that instructs a browser how to display your Web page.

The HTML Source Editor is a text editor, where you can see and edit all of the tags, attributes, paths, and text that form the HTML page. Figure 10.19 shows a Web page in the HTML Source Editor. You can type directly into the HTML Source Editor, move around with the cursor, cut and paste, and drag-and-drop text. Like other GoLive Editors, the HTML Source Editor supports drag-and-drop editing and allows you to use palette icons to add tags.


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