Following links


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Following links

Live view is great for checking the page or working on it in Dreamweaver to make sure that your CSS and other aspects are just the way you want them. But wouldn't it would be great if you could verify that the links to other pages in your site, or away from your site even, work as well? Well, you actually can, by working with the Follow Links feature. Let me show you how it works. So here we are in Live view that will open up our blog page, and there's just a few links down below, if I scroll down that we can access.

Now normally in Dreamweaver if I go up to a link, and I'm in Live view, you can see where I hover it, and you can see the underline up here as well as the pointer turn into a hand, indicating that it's a link. However, if I click on it nothing happens. Oh, well that's not quite true. Clicking on it does allow me to inspect the current styles over here in the CSS Styles panel. Now say I wanted to see how this linked page look in comparison to the Homepage.

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Following links
Video duration: 4m 15s 5h 44m Intermediate Updated Oct 23, 2012

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Following links provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Joseph Lowery as part of the Dreamweaver and WordPress: Core Concepts

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