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9.4. Tag Inspector

The Property inspector is a handy tool. With it, you can adjust properties for all sorts of HTML tags, like a table's width or a paragraph's font. But even the Property inspector doesn't tell the whole story: some HTML tags have additional properties that don't appear there. While these are obscure and infrequently used properties for the most part, until Dreamweaver MX came along, you had to go into Code view to add them.

Dreamweaver MX introduces the Tag inspector (see Figure 9-11). Think of it as the über–Property inspector. For hard-core HTML fanatics, it's the best way to set properties for every HTML tag. To display it, press the F9 key, or choose Window→Tag Inspector (the same procedure also hides this panel).


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