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Saving a text style

To save you both time and effort, you can save individual HTML formatting attributes that you've applied to text as a group in the HTML Styles palette. Then you can use the palette to reapply the group of attributes to other text in your site. Now that you've created a red text style, you can easily save this style and apply it to text on this page or anywhere else throughout the site.

1.
Select a portion of the list text that is colored red.

2.
Choose Window > HTML Styles to open the HTML Styles palette.

3.
Click the New Style button () at the bottom of the palette.

4.
In the New Style dialog box, enter a name for the new style. We chose “Red Text” as the name.

Notice that the color of the text is already recorded in the color box.

5.
Click the inline icon so that you can apply this style to individual letters and words, as well as to entire paragraphs.

Inline icon selected

6.
Click OK to add the style to the HTML Styles palette. Close the HTML Styles palette.

You can now select any text on the page and click the Apply Style button () in the HTML Styles palette to color the selected text red. To remove a style, choose Edit > Undo Apply HTML Style.

Reverting and restoring changes to pages

When designing your Web page, you can use the History palette or menu commands to revert to a previous state of a page or site. The History palette records the changes that you make to a page in the Layout Editor or Source Code Editor and changes you make to files in the site window. Each time that you make a change, the new state of the page or site is added to the History palette. You can revert to a previous state of the page or site by selecting any state in the History palette. Once you've reverted to a previous state, you can restore changes that you made to that state by choosing a newer state in the History palette.

–From the Adobe GoLive CS Online Help.


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