Chapter 33. Customizing Dreamweaver
IN THIS CHAPTER
Automating Web development with commands
Including custom XML tags
Examining new Property inspectors
Modifying keyboard shortcuts
Expanding Dreamweaver's core functionality
Translating server-side content
The Web is a dynamic environment, with new technologies continually emerging. Until recently, HTML standards were changing every year or so; even now, products are routinely introduced that use the Web as a jumping-off place for new methods and tools. Keeping pace with the constantly shifting work environment of the Web has been beyond the capabilities of any suite of Web authoring tools, much less a single one—until Dreamweaver debuted, of course.
Menus: The entire Dreamweaver menu system is completely customizable. You can add context menu items, rearrange the main menu, and even add completely new menus, all by modifying a single XML file.
Keyboard shortcuts: Adobe makes it easy to use the same keyboard shortcuts ...