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Chapter FOUR. Advanced Page Editing > TIP 89: Viewing Images in the Outline Edi...

TIP 89: Viewing Images in the Outline Editor

The Outline Editor is a great way to navigate and edit your Source Code, but it can also be really helpful to see your images in this editing mode. If you're trying to select and edit a certain image or a specific button in a navigation bar, an accurate preview of the image in the Outline Editor helps you make sure you've selected the right file.

Choose Another Picture

What if you want to use a different image? Toggle open the <img> attributes and click the little arrow to the right of the <src> attribute. A dialog box opens allowing you to browse through your drives and select another image (Figure 89b).

Figure 89b. Click this little arrow in the Outline Editor to open a dialog box that lets you browse to an image (see sidebar).



By default, images are disabled in the Outline Editor to keep things simple, but you can turn them on with a single click. Switch to the Outline Editor and open the View palette from the Window menu if it's not open already. Then check the Images option in the View palette and you'll be able to see all images at their natural size right in the Outline Editor (Figure 89a).

Figure 89a. Use the View palette to enable images in the Outline Editor.


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