Working with Code Collapse


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Working with Code Collapse

As you start developing more and more complicated pages, the XHTML to create those pages also becomes more and more complicated. If you start working on dynamic sites for instance, using server languages like ASP.net, or ColdFusion, your code will become even more complicated. Often times you'll need to reference multiple parts of a page at a time, but when your files start reaching more than 100 lines of code, referencing other parts of your page's code starts become difficult, because you have to scroll back and forth to check the relevant lines. Fortunately, {italic}Dreamweaver{plain} can collapse blocks of code to get them out of the way, to make it easier for you to manage large files. So, in this movie we'll take a look at how to do this.

I'm going to close the XHTML file we've been working with up to this point. And, I don't need to bother saving that. I'm going to go ahead and open up abouttea.html, which is a considerably more complicated page. Notic...

Working with Code Collapse
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Working with Code Collapse provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Dreamweaver CS3 Essential Training

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Web
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Dreamweaver
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