Saving History steps as commands


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Saving History steps as commands

So in the previous movie, I introduced you to the History panel, and how you can use the slider here to undo your steps. And how to select your steps and replay them on certain elements, or even how to copy selected steps, and paste them over certain elements. And this is useful if you want to apply the same sorts of actions on the same page. But you might find yourself doing the same sort of actions, or formatting on multiple pages, or even on multiple sites. And there's a really cool feature on the History panel that allows you to save history steps as a command.

And let me show you how this works. I'm going to drag my History slider back a bit, to just the point where we formatted the Name label. I'm going to Shift + click to select all three of those steps, where I changed the Bg Color, the Cell Type and set the Text Alignment. Down here in the History panel, notice we have a little disk icon, called "Save selected steps as a command." Clicking on that opens the Save...

Saving History steps as commands
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Saving History steps as commands provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Dreamweaver CS3 Essential Training

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