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Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 On Demand by Andy Anderson - Perspection, Inc., Steve Johnson - Perspection, Inc.

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14. Viewing the HTML Behind the Page

What You’ll Do

Understand HTML

Use Code View

Set Code View Options

Enter HTML Code

Work with HTML Head Tags

Insert HTML Comments

Use the Coding Toolbar

Use Quick Tag Editor

Use the Tag Inspector

Use the Tag Chooser

Use the Reference Panel

Set Code Format Preferences

Set Code Hint Preferences

Set Code Rewriting Preferences

Set Code Color Preferences

Introduction

In the world of the Internet, the graphics, text, animation, and all the “stuff” that the visitor sees displayed in their browser is the front end of a Web page, and the power behind the page is the HTML code. The HTML code sits quietly behind the scenes, letting the front end get all the credit; however, without the code the Internet would fall ...

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