- Sep 23, 2013
- Adding Text
- Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Text
- Dragging and Dropping Text
- Using Paste Special
- Applying Headings
- Applying Character Formats
- Applying HTML Text Styles
- Using Preformatted Text
- Adding Line Breaks
- Indenting and Aligning Text with HTML
- Working with Lists
- Inserting Special Characters
- Working with Font Styles
- Using Web Fonts
- Adding Automatic Dates
- Finding and Replacing
- Finding Text with a Simple Search
- Performing Advanced Text Searches
- Finding and Replacing in Source Code
- Finding and Replacing with a Specific Tag
- Using Regular Expressions for Searching
- Checking Spelling
Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Text
Just as with a word processor, you can cut, copy, and paste text on a page in Dreamweaver, which shares the same menu commands with virtually all standard Windows and Mac word processors and text editors. When pasting text in Design view from one part of a Dreamweaver page to another or between Dreamweaver pages, text formatting is automatically maintained.
Dreamweaver also allows you to paste text and maintain some or all of the text’s formatting. This is especially useful when moving text from applications such as Microsoft Word or Excel to a webpage. See “Using Paste Special,” later in this chapter.
To cut or copy text
- Select the text you want to cut or copy.
To cut the text to the clipboard, choose Edit > Cut or press Ctrl-X (Cmd-X).
To copy the text to the clipboard, choose Edit > Copy or press Ctrl-C (Cmd-C).
The text is placed on the clipboard.
To paste plain text
- Click to place the insertion point on the page where you want the text to appear.
- Choose Edit > Paste, or press Ctrl-V (Cmd-V).