Editing CSS through the Property inspector


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Editing CSS through the Property inspector

One of my main concerns with earlier versions of Dreamweaver was the way CSS was automatically generated when code was formatted with the Properties inspector. The resulting CSS was either poorly named, poorly placed, separate from other page styles or a combination of all of these things. In Dreamweaver CS4, the Properties inspector has now become an acceptable way to create and edit styles without disturbing your existing CSS workflow. As we examine the new role the Properties inspector can play in your CSS workflow, we'll also examine some improvements that have been made to Dreamweaver's CSS creation dialog boxes.

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Editing CSS through the Property inspector
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Editing CSS through the Property inspector provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS4 New Features

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