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Microsoft® Expression® Web 4 In Depth: Updated for Service Pack 2 - HTML 5, CSS 3, JQuery, Second Edition by Jim Cheshire

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4. Using Page Views

Introduction to Page Views

What you see is what you get (WYSIWYG) web design products are supposed to keep you from having to worry about HTML code, but anyone who has spent any amount of time working with a WYSIWYG tool knows that WYSIWYG really stands for “what you see is what you might get.” It’s simply not practical to ignore the code that makes up your page. Fortunately, Expression Web provides three different views of your page so you can work with it the way you want: Design View, Code View, and Split View.

You’ll likely use Design View most often. It shows a view of your page as it will appear in a web browser. Using Design View, you can easily add text, graphics, hyperlinks, and other content and arrange it.

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