1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 26, 2007 12:33 PM by Newsgroup_User

    Code clean up

    b. mclaughlin Level 1
      Hello,
      I am new to Dreamweaver (from GoLive and/or just writing out code).
      We have a large site that we are trying to find a quick way to clean up the code. What I mean by "cleaning" up the code is getting it better organized on the page. Somewhere along the line, the code has gotten moved around so that it is not in an easy to read tabbed format. Things are bumped around, start/end tags at the end of a line rather than on its own. That kind of stuff.

      I had heard that Dreamweaver was friendly to writing code so I was hoping that it had some type system that allowed to straighten things up as well.
      Even if there was a way to slam everything to the left would be a help.

      Thanks
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          "b. mclaughlin" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
          news:f8asns$56k$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          > Hello,
          > I am new to Dreamweaver (from GoLive and/or just writing out code).
          > We have a large site that we are trying to find a quick way to clean up
          > the
          > code. What I mean by "cleaning" up the code is getting it better organized
          > on
          > the page. Somewhere along the line, the code has gotten moved around so
          > that it
          > is not in an easy to read tabbed format. Things are bumped around,
          > start/end
          > tags at the end of a line rather than on its own. That kind of stuff.
          >
          > I had heard that Dreamweaver was friendly to writing code so I was hoping
          > that
          > it had some type system that allowed to straighten things up as well.
          > Even if there was a way to slam everything to the left would be a help.
          >
          > Thanks
          >