IN THIS CHAPTER
Working in the Design view
Working in the Code view
Using the Find and Replace features
Working with the Quick Tag Selector
From your exposure to the SharePoint Designer interface in the previous chapters, you should be comfortable with the Design and Code views. However, some features of these views can help you further enhance your designing capabilities with SharePoint Designer.
In this chapter, I discuss the designing aids and tools that SharePoint Designer provides for ease of designing Web pages and placing content in the Design view. I show you how you can use the Quick Tag Selector to quickly locate and highlight components and sections on Web pages. I also discuss special tools, such as Format Painter, Paste Special, etc., that provide ways to replicate formatting across Web pages.
Also, I take you through features, such as IntelliSense and code checking, offered by the Code view in SharePoint Designer that give developers a reference that they can use while writing code for Web pages in the Code view. Later in this chapter, I talk about Find and Replace and how you can use this awesome tool to quickly find and replace content, HTML tags, and code across an entire Web site.
SharePoint Designer offers Web site developers a number of tools that provide the ability to easily reuse content without having to re-create all the formatting associated with it. You can import content from other applications, ...