It only takes a moment to get your workspace set up. With so many ways to start a new project, the option you need is a click or two away. Start with a clean slate using the Quick File option, or get a head start by opening a new project from a template or files that are already on your computer.
Already have a site on the web? You can start a new project in your local workspace using the files that are on your web server. Just choose the New Project From Server option and let the app download your content and get you set up.
Your HTML files know which CSS files are part of the family. This means that Web Editor smartly displays CSS rule suggestions when you’re adding them to your code—and which HTML elements to suggest in your CSS files.
You can name CSS classes anything you want (but you might forget what you named them!) That’s where a list of suggested classes comes in. Rather than having to remember the exact spelling, they’re displayed in a convenient list for you. Just choose the one you’re looking for.
Chapter 1: Getting to know the Web Editor Workspace
Chapter 2: Getting Started
Chapter 3: Blocks and Cursors
Chapter 4: Bookmarks
Chapter 5: Tags, Snippets and Helpers
Chapter 6: Searching
Chapter 7: Server Management
Chapter 8: Plugins
Chapter 9: The Command Line Utility
Chapter 10: Themes
Chapter 11: Preferences
Chapter 12: Keyboard Shortcuts
Chapter 13: Frequently Asked Questions