Dreamweaver provides several ways to view a page’s HTML code:
Code view. In Code view, Dreamweaver displays your page’s raw code, just as any text editor would.
Split view. This view displays the HTML code and the visual design of the web page (Design view) side-by-side, code on the left, design on the right. You can reverse this order or stack one view on top of the other from the Code/Design View menu on the Application bar (Figure 11-2).
Code inspector. The Code inspector displays your HTML in a floating window so you see your working pages in their full glory rather than have them cut in half as in Split view. To open the Code inspector, choose Window→ Code Inspector, or press F10 (Option-F10). Multitasking code warriors can also use the Code inspector to look at one area of code while using the main document window to work on another area (though the Split code view works well for this too).
The rest of this chapter assumes that you’re using Code view to edit your HTML.
Dreamweaver gives you three ways to select ...