Setting code preferences


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Setting code preferences

Just like any other task you'll perform in Dreamweaver, you'll have your own personal preferences in terms of how you like to write and edit your code. Thankfully, Dreamweaver has a multitude of preferences that you can set to make sure that your code is created exactly the way you want. So to take a look at those preferences we are going to go up to our Dreamweaver Preferences which again, on the PC you'll find under Edit>Preferences, on the Mac you'll find it under Dreamweaver> Preferences, and we are going to start by looking at the Code Coloring category over here on the left-hand side. Now when I select that, I can see that I have some basic coloring scheme options, like default background.

So for example I could change that to black and when I click OK, I notice that now my coding window is black. So if you have a specific color coding scheme that you're used to working with in maybe a different code editor, you can go ahead and mimic that by changing those...

Setting code preferences
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Setting code preferences provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS6 Essential Training

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Web
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