2.1.1. HTML Editor
HTML Editor allows you to edit your data much easier. It has 2 tabs: HTML and Code, as well as Properties Toolbar.
Source view is useful for working directly with "raw" HTML text, which gives you precise control over the tags used in the page. However, by default, you can still work with objects visually.
HTML editor enables you to:
- View and edit a page in a WYSIWYG-like environment.
- Work with HTML controls using the visual representation they will have in the browser.
- Use menu and toolbar commands to apply certain types of formatting, such as paragraph alignment, that are not available in Source view.
- Use menu and toolbar commands to add and edit certain elements, such as tables and lists, that you must edit as HTML text in Source view.
- Drag items from the Toolbox and from the Project Explorer to create elements on your page.
- Use drag to reposition absolutely positioned elements.
Code view enables you to:
- View and edit text and HTML tags,
- View and edit scripts in the page.
In Code view, the toolbar does not display style properties. You can edit style properties directly using HTML tags or by using the toolbar window in HTML view.
Press [OK] button to apply your changes or [Cancel] to discard them.