TIP 28: Using Quicksearch to Find Files
When you're working on a large Web site with lots of files, it's hard to quickly locate a specific file, even if you know the filename. The new Quicksearch field in the Files tab of the Site window makes it easy to instantly locate the files you're looking for.
Just type into the Quicksearch field, in the upper-right corner of the Files tab, and you'll see the list of files filtered to match your search criteria as seen in Figure 28 .
Figure 28. Use Quicksearch to quickly locate files in the Files and Extras tabs of the Site window.
The options are pretty self-explanatory, but notice that if you click the magnifying glass icon, there are four different search types: Contains, Is, Begins With, and Ends With. These options make it easy to narrow your search and find the files you need.
To edit a file you find with Quicksearch, just double-click its icon in the filtered list of search results. To revert back to the normal file view, click the X icon
Chapter THREE. Working with Pages
We remember the early days of the Web when we had to walk to work in four feet of snow in our bare feet,
You can still write code in GoLive, but it's usually much more efficient to work in GoLive's Layout Editor and let the software write all the HTML for you. GoLive offers six different ways to edit and preview your Web pages, but many users will
Because you, too, will spend most of your time in the Layout Editor, we decided to make this the longest chapter in the book. We start by covering some basic layout tools such as zooming, panning, guides, and rulers. We also cover different layout techniques including layout grids, tables, and CSS
TIP 29: Touring the Six Document Modes
Figure 29. There are six powerful ways to edit and preview your Web pages in GoLive.