Dreamweaver Shortcuts

I am again come up with a new way to manage your websites easily in dreamweaver by using the keyboard shortcuts. It will help you in cutting your time while creating a web page.

Have a look @ it and enjoy dreamweavering


Shortcut Action
Delete Clear contents selected
Down Arrow Move selected layer down by one pixel
End Move to the end of the current line
Enter Create a New Paragraph
F1 Using Dreamweaver Help Topics
F10 Show/Hide Code Inspector
F11 Show/Hide Assets Panel
F12 Preview in the Primary Browser
F2 Rename selected file
F2 Show/Hide Layers Palette
F3 Find next or Find Again
F5 Refresh Design View and in site menu
F8 View site files
F9 Show/Hide Tag Inspector
Home Move to the start of the current line
Left Arrow Move selected layer to the left by one pixel
Page Down Moves the active screen down
Page Up Moves the active screen up
Right Arrow Move selected layer to the right by one pixel
Tab Move to next cell- or add a new row if in the last cell
Up Arrow Move selected layer up by one pixel
Alt F1 Show/Hide the Answers Palette
Alt F12 Debug in Primary Browser
Alt F4 Close Dreamweaver
Alt F5 Refresh remote pane
Alt F8 View Site map
Alt F9 Show/Hide Timeline Palette
Alt Left Arrow Select previous frame or framset
Alt Right Arrow Select next frame or framset
Alt Up Arrow Select Parent Frameset
Shift Delete Cut selected item
Shift Down Arrow Select a line downwards
Shift End Select everything from the cursor to the end of the line
Shift Enter Insert a Line Break
Shift F1 Reference for selected Tag
Shift F10 Show/Hide History Palette
Shift F11 Show/Hide CSS styles
Shift F12 Preview in the Secondary Browser
Shift F2 Show/Hide Frames Palette
Shift F3 Show/Hide Behaviours Palettes
Shift F5 Refresh local pane
Shift F6 Validate HTML Markup
Shift F7 Check Spelling
Shift F8 Check selected links
Shift F9 Open Snippets Panel
Shift Home Select everything from the cursor to the beginning of the line
Shift Insert Paste contents of the clipboard
Shift Left Arrow Select one character to the left
Shift Page Down Select about a screen view downwards
Shift Page Up Select about a screen view upwards
Shift Right Arrow Select one character to the right
Shift Tab Move to previous cell
Shift Up Arrow Select a line upwards
F4 Hide or Reveal Palettes. This is a toggle switch.
Ctrl ‘ Switch between Code View and Design View
Ctrl ‘ Balance Braces
Ctrl — Zoom out of site map
Ctrl [ Select Parent Tag
Ctrl ] Select Child
Ctrl ++ Zoom in to Site Map
Ctrl 0 Change formatting to None
Ctrl 1 Apply Heading style 1
Ctrl 2 Apply Heading style 2
Ctrl 3 Apply Heading style 3
Ctrl 4 Apply Heading style 4
Ctrl 5 Apply Heading style 5
Ctrl 6 Apply Heading style 6
Ctrl A Select All
Ctrl A Select the whole table- with cursor within the table
Ctrl Arrow Keys Resize layer by one pixel in relevant direction
Ctrl B Embolden selected text
Ctrl Backspace Delete the previous Word
Ctrl C Copy selected item
Ctrl C Copy selected text or File
Ctrl D Duplicate File
Ctrl Delete delete the next word
Ctrl Down Arrow Go to the next paragraph
Ctrl E Insert Tag
Ctrl End Move to end of Code
Ctrl F Find selected text
Ctrl F1 Using Coldfusion Help topics
Ctrl F10 Show/Hide Bindings Panel
Ctrl F11 Show/Hide HTML styles
Ctrl F2 Hide/Show the Toolbar
Ctrl F3 Show/Hide the Properties Panel
Ctrl F5 Edit Tag in Design View
Ctrl F6 To turn Layout Mode On or Off
Ctrl F7 Show/Hide Components
Ctrl F8 Check links Sitewide
Ctrl F9 Show/Hide Server Behaviours
Ctrl G Go To
Ctrl H Replace
Ctrl Home Move to top of Code
Ctrl I Italicise selected text
Ctrl J Page Properties
Ctrl L Create hyperlink on the selected object
Ctrl Left Arrow Go to previous Word
Ctrl M Insert a new row above the current row
Ctrl N Creates a New Document
Ctrl O Open an HTML file
Ctrl P Print Code or print Design View
Ctrl Q Close Dreamweaver
Ctrl R Live Data View
Ctrl Right Arrow Go to Next word
Ctrl S Save active file
Ctrl Spacebar Show Code Hints
Ctrl Spacebar Defer table update
Ctrl T Open Quick Tag Editor
Ctrl Tab Toggle between open documents from left to right
Ctrl U Preferences (Edit-Preferences)
Ctrl Up Arrow Go to the previous paragraph
Ctrl V Paste contents of the clipboard
Ctrl V Pastes the copied text or File
Ctrl W Close the active open file
Ctrl X Cut selected item
Ctrl X Cut selected text or File
Ctrl Y Redo previously undone action
Ctrl Z Undo previous action
Ctrl + Alt A Insert a Named Anchor
Ctrl + Alt B Toggle Breakpoint
Ctrl + Alt F12 Debug in Secondary Browser
Ctrl + Alt G Show/Hide Grid
Ctrl + Alt I Insert an Image
Ctrl + Alt M merge selected cells
Ctrl + Alt R Show/Hide Rulers
Ctrl + Alt S Split selected cell
Ctrl + Alt T Insert a Table
Ctrl + Shift – Delete the current column
Ctrl + Shift [ Decrease Column Span
Ctrl + Shift ] Increase Column Span
Ctrl + Shift < Outdent Code
Ctrl + Shift > Indent Code
Ctrl + Shift 1 Align selected layers to the left
Ctrl + Shift 3 Align selected layers to the right
Ctrl + Shift 4 Align selected layers to the top
Ctrl + Shift 6 Align selected layers to the bottom
Ctrl + Shift 7 Make selected layers the same width
Ctrl + Shift 9 Make selected layers the same height
Ctrl + Shift A Insert a new column to the left of the current one
Ctrl + Shift B Add selected items to library
Ctrl + Shift C Copy HTML whilst in Design View
Ctrl + Shift D Get selected files or folders from Remote Site
Ctrl + Shift End Select from cursor to end of Code
Ctrl + Shift F Open results and Search panel
Ctrl + Shift F10 Show/Hide Databases Panel
Ctrl + Shift F11 Open results and Site Reports panel
Ctrl + Shift F12 Open results and FTP log panel
Ctrl + Shift F5 Open results and Server Debug panel
Ctrl + Shift F6 To toggle between open documents in Standard View
Ctrl + Shift F7 Open results and validation panel
Ctrl + Shift F8 Open results and target browser check panel
Ctrl + Shift F9 Open results and link checker panel
Ctrl + Shift G Server Debug
Ctrl + Shift H Show/Hide Head Content
Ctrl + Shift Home Select from cursor to top of Code
Ctrl + Shift I Show/Hide Visual Aids
Ctrl + Shift J Compress selected object tag
Ctrl + Shift K Link to existing file in Site Map
Ctrl + Shift L Remove hyperlink on the selected object
Ctrl + Shift M Delete the current row
Ctrl + Shift N Create new file
Ctrl + Shift N Link to new file in Site Map
Ctrl + Shift O Open a document in a Frame
Ctrl + Shift P Change formatting to Paragraph Format
Ctrl + Shift R View Live Data
Ctrl + Shift R View as root
Ctrl + Shift S Save As
Ctrl + Shift Spacebar Insert a Non Breaking Space
Ctrl + Shift Tab Toggle between open documents from right to left
Ctrl + Shift U Put selected files or folders to Remote site
Ctrl + Shift V Paste HTML whilst in Design View
Ctrl + Shift W Close ALL
Ctrl + Shift Z Redo previously undone action
Ctrl + Shift + Alt C Centre align current paragraph
Ctrl + Shift + Alt D Check out selected files or folders
Ctrl + Shift + Alt F5 Connect if disconnected or disconnect if connected
Ctrl + Shift + Alt G Snap to Grid
Ctrl + Shift + Alt J Align Justify current paragraph
Ctrl + Shift + Alt L Left align current paragraph
Ctrl + Shift + Alt N Create new Folder
Ctrl + Shift + Alt O Open selection
Ctrl + Shift + Alt R Right align current paragraph
Ctrl + Shift + Alt U Check in selected files or folders
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Nokia N76 review: Elegant and smart

Nokia N76 will fascinate you! Not only will you fancy its slim clamshell body, but you will also like its rich functional portfolio based on Symbian S60.

Key features

  • attractive slim design in clamshell form
  • two excellent displays
  • OS Symbian 9.2 with S60 3rd Edition user interface
  • “improved” Feature Pack 1
  • possible download of additional applications
  • microSD memory slot
  • 2 megapixel camera with diode flash
  • Records video in QVGA (320 x 240 pixels) resolution
  • UMTS and video calls
  • multi-item repeated alarm clock
  • functionally rich music player with external controls
  • FM radio
  • voice recorder with a 60 minutes limit
  • great web browser
  • standard 3.5mm jack and a miniUSB connector
  • 256MB memory card, data cable and stereo handsfree in the package

Main disadvantages

  • only 26 MB internal memory
  • the phone is extremely susceptible to fingerprints
  • joint toughness makes opening a bit difficult and less comfortable
  • uncomfortable keypad
  • switch-off button is unreachable when the phone is open
  • the phone does not open full if earphones or data cable is plugged in
  • no Wi-Fi or HSDPA
  • camera image quality is below average
  • music player constantly runs in background
  • Bluetooth does not support A2DP profile

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Nokia N76 in black and red

Not so long ago phones with open OS, the so called smartphones, were significantly bigger than standard feature phones. And it was just size that would often deter users from purchasing a smartphone. Nowadays, however, smartphones are slowly assuming the dimensions of standard phones. The new Nokia N76 – the first slim clamshell based on Symbian S60 is a brilliant example of this trend.

Tracing RAZR

A single glimpse at the elegant curves of the new Nokia N76 reveals clearly and immediately that the Finns have drawn from the experience of the competition. N76’s design unmistakably resembles elements of Motorola RAZR, which was the first mobile of a slim clamshell body featuring a flat etched keypad. Along with these two characteristics Nokia has also adopted the famous Motorola “chin” naturally associated with RAZR. Anyway, Nokia has given N76 a real flashy look. The phone is attractive and stands out among other smartphones.

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Nokia has drawn from the experience of Motorola

In dimensional aspect Nokia N76 is an above-average clamshell. It is bigger than common phones (106.5 x 52 mm), but also extremely slim – its thickness is mere 13.7 mm. The phone weighs 115 grams. Nokia N76 is going to be offered in two color versions: a decent black one that will surely catch the fancy of gentlemen and a more attractive red one that will definitely be preferred by ladies. The model we have been testing is black. It features a lot of plastic elements that look rather cheap, which does not respond to a high-class phone. Nokia N76 deserved more steel. Yet, the real disaster is somewhere else: the awful susceptibility of the phone to fingerprints, visible on its entire surface: on the black matt plates, on the protecting glass of the external display, on the silver band winding the phone… In other words, cleaning is going to be a full-time job for the N76 owner.

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Slimness follows the latest fashion trends • buttons beneath the external display • the external display is hidden behind protecting glass

Although the external display is active and is TFT, its legibility behind the glossy cover is poor. Legibility is especially limited under direct sunlight. The good news is that it displays 262K colors on a resolution of 128 x 160 pixels. Beneath the external display you will find three easy-to-manage keys controlling the music player and the FM radio. Their legends are illuminated. There are more external keys on the right side of the phone: a dual volume control key, a camera release button, and a key for an instant view of the last image made. A tiny connector for the charger is also situated here.

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Three control elements on the right side • charger connector is almost invisible • the “chin” including the loud speaker

The standard jack is always welcome

The rest of the connectors are on the top of the phone body: a standard protected miniUSB connector and a standard 3.5 mm jack (a very unusual, but welcomed decision on behalf of Nokia, as this connector permits users to plug into the phone any type of headphones). The last element on the top of the phone is the on/off button, which can also be used for changing ringing profiles. Situating a major part of the connectors on the top of the body was not a happy solution, though, because plugging a device in them limits opening. Another inconvenience is the inaccessibility of the on/off button when the phone is open, which makes changing ringing profiles impossible too. The bottom of the phone only features an eye-let for a wrist band and a handsfree slot.

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3.5mm jack, miniUSB connector and switch-off button on the top of the phone • the cap of the memory card slot does not stick perfectly

As usual, a great part of the rear plate consists of the battery cover that also incorporates the “chin”. It is made of trivial plastic material and is not easy to remove. In the bottom of the battery cover you will see a rubber stub, which prevents the phone from sliding on even surfaces. Nokia N76 has a Li-Ion battery of moderate capacity (700 mAh). A single charge is said to provide the phone with enough energy for 165 minutes of talk time or 204 hours on stand-by. In reality, Nokia N76 requires charging every 2 to 3 days.

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Camera is untraditionally situated on the back • accompanied by the LED flash

The SIM card is inserted in an untraditional way: you have to first place it into a yellow drawer and then insert it into the phone body. The 2 megapixel camera, represented by a non-protected lens and a flash LED, is situated above the battery cover. A few millimeters aside you will also see the slot for microSD memory card, whose silver protection cap does not fit nicely (at least in our test unit). An additional 256MB card is enclosed in the retail package. Nokia N76 works great with 1GB memory cards too.

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The battery cover surrounds the entire “chin” of Nokia N76 • the SIM card is first inserted into an uncommon tiny drawer and then into the phone body