Dreamweaver CS4 has a lot to offer its users. Another of the exciting changes you’ll find is in the application’s related files feature.
The related files feature in Dreamweaver CS4 allows you to have immediate access to all files that are related to your page. As a general rule, Dreamweaver CS$ will display only first-level child documents unless they are CSS. All CSS files, regardless of child level, will be shown.
With each tab, all related files are attached to the tab. To use the related files feature, simply select the child document you need to edit. If you’re working in split view, you are able to see the changes without having to jump between screens.
This can save you a lot of time as you work with your . We’ll learn more about how you can speed up your workflow in when we learn about the Code Navigator in the next series.
This post is part three of a series about what is new in Dreamweaver CS4.
- Dreamweaver CS4 What’s New (Part 1)
- Dreamweaver CS4 New Interface (Part 2)
- Dreamweaver CS4 Related Files (Part 3)
- Dreamweaver CS4 Code Navigator (Part 4)
- Dreamweaver CS4 Live View (Part 5)
- Dreamweaver CS4 Editing CSS through the Property Inspector (Part 6)
- Dreamweaver CS4 Photoshop Integration (Part 8 )
- Dreamweaver CS4Spry Validation Radio Group (Part 9)
- Dreamweaver CS4 Password and Confirm Validation Widgets (Part 10)
- Dreamweaver CS4 Spry Tooltip Widget (Part 11)
- Dreamweaver CS4 Customizing Spry Tooltips (Part 12)
- Dreamweaver CS4 Understanding Spry datasets (Part 13)
- Dreamweaver CS4 HTML Datasets (Part 14)
- Dreamweaver CS4 Master/Detail Region (Part 15)