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10. Under the Hood: HTML > 10.2. Code View

Code View

Dreamweaver provides several different ways to view a page’s HTML code:

  • Code view. In Code view, Dreamweaver displays your page’s raw code.

  • Split view. This shows the HTML code and the “regular” Design view simultaneously (Figure 10-2).

  • Code inspector. The Code inspector is a floating code window that lets you use Design view in its full glory (not cut in half as in Split view), while still providing access to the code. (To open the Code inspector, choose WindowCode Inspector —or press F10.)

    The rest of this chapter assumes that you’re using Code view for HTML editing.

    To move between Dreamweaver’s different views, use the document toolbar (see Figure 10-1) or choose a name from the View menu: Code, Design (the “regular” visual mode), or Design and Code (Split view).


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