Managing workspaces


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Managing workspaces

It is very common to switch back and forth between tasks in Dreamweaver. On one occasion you might be working heavily in code, while other days you might be working with dynamic data, or building your CSS Layout. Often, this is going to require using panels and toolbar layouts that differ from each other significantly. Rather than having to constantly open and close panels and rearrange them, we can use workspaces to quickly switch between interface setups and even create your own when the presets don't suit our needs. So as you've probably seen in a couple of movies so far, we have these preset workspaces.

You can switch back and forth between them pretty easily, and if you've changed anything dramatically from one workspace to the next, let's say, I go in Designers, for example, and for whatever reason, undock my CSS Styles. Well, if I switch back to Designer, guess what? It's going to remember that it's right there, but anytime I want, I can go up to Designer, a...

Managing workspaces
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Managing workspaces provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS5 Essential Training

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