Chapter 23. Customizing Dreamweaver
Whether you’re a hard-core HTML jockey who prefers to be knee-deep in Code view or a visually oriented, drag-and-drop type who never strays from Design view, Dreamweaver lets you work the way you want.
As you work in Dreamweaver, you’ll use the same keyboard shortcuts and travel to the same palettes and menus time and again. Perhaps you have a lot of HTML5 videos on your site, and you constantly use keyboard shortcuts to insert them. You may find that, after the thousandth time, Shift+Alt+Ctrl+V (Shift-Option-⌘-V) hurts your pinkie and uses too many keys to be truly efficient. On the ...