Inserting a Text Macro into Your Source Code
Open a new or existing GoLive document and switch to the HTML Source editor.
Type a anywhere in the document window.
Press the macro command keys: Ctrl+Shift+M (Windows) or Command+Shift+M (Mac OS).
Advance your cursor to the next empty line down in the source code and type img.
Press the macro command keys again.
GoLive automatically inserts an <img> tag after the cursor with blank source and border attributes.
GoLive automatically inserts generic code for an <a> anchor tag after the cursor because a predefined macro named "a" contains this code.
Figure 1.1 The "a" macro inserts an <a> tag and a blank HREF attribute.
Macro names are not case-sensitive; GoLive doesn't care whether you type the name in upper- or lowercase.
Figure 1.2 The "img" macro inserts an <IMG> tag and blank image attributes.