Applying multiple classes


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Applying multiple classes

Applying multiple class attributes to elements is a very common task in web design. However, until CS6, we've never had a way to apply multiple classes to elements directly within the Dreamweaver interface. Thankfully, not only does CS6 add this capability, it also adds it across all areas of the interface, making it easy to do no matter how you like working with your CSS. So with the file that we're going to be working on here, the index.htm file, I've turned Style Rendering back on, but I'm looking at the file in Design View and not Live View and that's going to help me select the elements that I want to apply multiple classes to.

Okay, so the first thing I'm going to do is I'm just going to scroll down a little bit, and there's this little region right below that sort of branding graphic called Student Spotlight and I want to focus on this. So I'm going to go ahead and click anywhere inside that region and I'll notice right down here in the Tag...

Applying multiple classes
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Applying multiple classes provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS6 New Features

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Web
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Dreamweaver
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