Chapter 20. Customizing Dreamweaver
Whether you're a hard-core HTML jockey who prefers to be knee-deep in
Code view, or a visually oriented, drag-and-drop type who never strays
from the document window, Dreamweaver lets you work your way.
By now, you're probably already using the Favorites tab on the Insert bar to store
your most frequently used objects in one place, as discussed in Section 4.3. But don't
stop there. Dreamweaver also gives you the power to add, change, and share keyboard
shortcuts梐 simple way to tailor the program to your needs. If that's not enough
of an efficiency boost, you can add features that even Macromedia's engineers never
imagined, from new Flash button designs to additional behaviors. Dreamweaver's
design allows amateur and professional programmers alike to write new features and
are hundreds of these extras, called extensions, for you to explore. Best of all, you can
try most them for free.