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2013-11-28 23:07:13 lk5423968 阅读数 1946

A few years ago, I did a weblog post on PhoneGap. I participated in a Tech Live event in late July where Paul Trani reviewed many of the new features in Dreamweaver CC (and discussed building mobile apps). Paul inspired me to put together these notes for students who may want to build relatively simple mobile apps (in my CMWEB 280 class, for example). I thought it might help to see what has changed in the 3 years since my initial post. Make certain you have a Creative Cloud account and Dreamweaver CC installed on a local computer if you are trying to follow along. Many of these features may not work in prior versions (like DW CS6).Our first step is to create a new document in Dreamweaver. Make certain you select the jQuery mobile starter with theme from the starter templates. You may need to click on these images to enlarge them.

Creating a new document in DW CC

Before proceeding, I create a site (so all my files are properly organized). Site > New Site dialog. I then save the file I just created as index.html in the root of the site I just created. One is then prompted to save dependent files (make certain you do this at the site root).

Copying dependent files

Once the files are saved, activate live view and you should see you already have a pretty functional example. Obviously we will need to customize this a bit. I think it is pretty impressive we already have this built.

Live view of initial page

Note that this is a single page (we will turn this in to an app soon as well). If we examine the source code, we will see there are id’s of page, page 2, and so forth. for each of these, we add a data-theme attribute. I set mine to data-theme=”b” for each page. If you don’t like these themes, select Window > jQuery Mobile Swatches and get more themes.

Get more themes

This link will take you to the jQuery Theme Roller site where you can choose any color combinations you want. Once you have made your color choices, you can download them and install and use them for your themes. Since I am graphically challenged, I stuck with the existing theme colors.

Building colors in Theme Roller

I also added a back button on “pages” 2, 3, and 4. I simply added the code  data-add-back-btn=”true” to each of these divisions. I then populated each page with appropriate content. Since there are a number of PhoneGap code snippets, I decided to turn this into an example page. Specifically, I added code from the PhoneGap API documentation site for geolocation, network access, and device properties.

Once I have finished configuring the page, I then select Site >PhoneGap Build Service > PhoneGap Build Service. (Yes, I know this menu set  seems redundant). I will be prompted to create a new project.

Creating new phonegao project

 

If I were planning to publish this app, I would need signing keys (these cost money). In this case, I simply click continue.

Add signing keys

 

In the event you encounter problems (such as long load times), you can always also visit the PhoneGap build site directly and upload your file. Essentially, you are providing a zip version of your local files (including the jQuery files) and a config.xml file (which Dreamweaver should build for you when you click the above dialog). Note that I have found the current version of PhoneGap works best when you do not include any plugin references in your config.xml file. As long as you point to the proper cordova.js file in your HTML, it seems to pick up the plugin (this may well change with future builds). For those who are curious what the config.xml file looks like, I provide a screen capture below. You can click on the image to enlarge it.

Config xml file

You can build your app and scan the QR code on your appropriate mobile device to obtain the app (it will be downloaded via the browser). For example, on an Android device, you would install the .apk file you downloaded. You can then open the app and run it on your device (assuming you have install from untrusted sources active on your Android device).  In the screen captures below, you see the application running on my Samsung Galaxy Tab.

You can also specify images to be used instead of the default. In the interest of time, I did not do this. I highlighted the app below with a brown border.App installed on Tablet

When you tap on the app, you are presented with the following view. In this case, I have the app in portrait view.

App running

If you choose one of the options, you then interface with the hardware. In this case, you see the type of network presently being used.

Alert box displaying network.

You may note that I am not supplying a working example, nor source code (0ther than snippets). This is because I am planning to have students in the CMWEB 280 class develop a similar application as one of their first projects. It just doesn’t seem right to offer a completely working solution.

The biggest changes in the past few years include:

  • Not having to keep a copy of the SDK locally. Instead, you can use PhoneGap directly on the PhoneGap Build website.
  • Having the ability to use a jQuery mobile starter template in Dreamweaver.
  • Having the ability to directly access the jQuery Mobile Theme Roller site from within Dreamweaver (for those who want to create their own color schemes).
  • If you have a subscription to Creative Cloud, you can build multiple projects in PhoneGap (if not, you can only build one at a time for free)
  • Instead of having to download the .apk file and load it via DropBox or a similar approach on your mobile device, you can now scan the generated QR code. It makes installation so much easier.
  • With the addition of the Apache Cordova framework, you can now interface with a significant amount of the device hardware. All this can be done with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

I continue to be impressed with how quickly mobile app development options evolve and change. I am curious what your thoughts are on this topic. I welcome our comments.

- See more at: http://www.markdubois.info/weblog/2013/08/dreamweaver-cc-and-phonegap/#sthash.PjVdhx7c.dpuf

A few years ago, I did a weblog post on PhoneGap. I participated in a Tech Live event in late July where Paul Trani reviewed many of the new features in Dreamweaver CC (and discussed building mobile apps). Paul inspired me to put together these notes for students who may want to build relatively simple mobile apps (in my CMWEB 280 class, for example). I thought it might help to see what has changed in the 3 years since my initial post. Make certain you have a Creative Cloud account and Dreamweaver CC installed on a local computer if you are trying to follow along. Many of these features may not work in prior versions (like DW CS6).Our first step is to create a new document in Dreamweaver. Make certain you select the jQuery mobile starter with theme from the starter templates. You may need to click on these images to enlarge them.

Creating a new document in DW CC

Before proceeding, I create a site (so all my files are properly organized). Site > New Site dialog. I then save the file I just created as index.html in the root of the site I just created. One is then prompted to save dependent files (make certain you do this at the site root).

Copying dependent files

Once the files are saved, activate live view and you should see you already have a pretty functional example. Obviously we will need to customize this a bit. I think it is pretty impressive we already have this built.

Live view of initial page

Note that this is a single page (we will turn this in to an app soon as well). If we examine the source code, we will see there are id’s of page, page 2, and so forth. for each of these, we add a data-theme attribute. I set mine to data-theme=”b” for each page. If you don’t like these themes, select Window > jQuery Mobile Swatches and get more themes.

Get more themes

This link will take you to the jQuery Theme Roller site where you can choose any color combinations you want. Once you have made your color choices, you can download them and install and use them for your themes. Since I am graphically challenged, I stuck with the existing theme colors.

Building colors in Theme Roller

I also added a back button on “pages” 2, 3, and 4. I simply added the code  data-add-back-btn=”true” to each of these divisions. I then populated each page with appropriate content. Since there are a number of PhoneGap code snippets, I decided to turn this into an example page. Specifically, I added code from the PhoneGap API documentation site for geolocation, network access, and device properties.

Once I have finished configuring the page, I then select Site >PhoneGap Build Service > PhoneGap Build Service. (Yes, I know this menu set  seems redundant). I will be prompted to create a new project.

Creating new phonegao project

 

If I were planning to publish this app, I would need signing keys (these cost money). In this case, I simply click continue.

Add signing keys

 

In the event you encounter problems (such as long load times), you can always also visit the PhoneGap build site directly and upload your file. Essentially, you are providing a zip version of your local files (including the jQuery files) and a config.xml file (which Dreamweaver should build for you when you click the above dialog). Note that I have found the current version of PhoneGap works best when you do not include any plugin references in your config.xml file. As long as you point to the proper cordova.js file in your HTML, it seems to pick up the plugin (this may well change with future builds). For those who are curious what the config.xml file looks like, I provide a screen capture below. You can click on the image to enlarge it.

Config xml file

You can build your app and scan the QR code on your appropriate mobile device to obtain the app (it will be downloaded via the browser). For example, on an Android device, you would install the .apk file you downloaded. You can then open the app and run it on your device (assuming you have install from untrusted sources active on your Android device).  In the screen captures below, you see the application running on my Samsung Galaxy Tab.

You can also specify images to be used instead of the default. In the interest of time, I did not do this. I highlighted the app below with a brown border.App installed on Tablet

When you tap on the app, you are presented with the following view. In this case, I have the app in portrait view.

App running

If you choose one of the options, you then interface with the hardware. In this case, you see the type of network presently being used.

Alert box displaying network.

You may note that I am not supplying a working example, nor source code (0ther than snippets). This is because I am planning to have students in the CMWEB 280 class develop a similar application as one of their first projects. It just doesn’t seem right to offer a completely working solution.

The biggest changes in the past few years include:

  • Not having to keep a copy of the SDK locally. Instead, you can use PhoneGap directly on the PhoneGap Build website.
  • Having the ability to use a jQuery mobile starter template in Dreamweaver.
  • Having the ability to directly access the jQuery Mobile Theme Roller site from within Dreamweaver (for those who want to create their own color schemes).
  • If you have a subscription to Creative Cloud, you can build multiple projects in PhoneGap (if not, you can only build one at a time for free)
  • Instead of having to download the .apk file and load it via DropBox or a similar approach on your mobile device, you can now scan the generated QR code. It makes installation so much easier.
  • With the addition of the Apache Cordova framework, you can now interface with a significant amount of the device hardware. All this can be done with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

I continue to be impressed with how quickly mobile app development options evolve and change. I am curious what your thoughts are on this topic. I welcome our comments.


http://www.markdubois.info/weblog/2013/08/dreamweaver-cc-and-phonegap/

A few years ago, I did a weblog post on PhoneGap. I participated in a Tech Live event in late July where Paul Trani reviewed many of the new features in Dreamweaver CC (and discussed building mobile apps). Paul inspired me to put together these notes for students who may want to build relatively simple mobile apps (in my CMWEB 280 class, for example). I thought it might help to see what has changed in the 3 years since my initial post. Make certain you have a Creative Cloud account and Dreamweaver CC installed on a local computer if you are trying to follow along. Many of these features may not work in prior versions (like DW CS6).Our first step is to create a new document in Dreamweaver. Make certain you select the jQuery mobile starter with theme from the starter templates. You may need to click on these images to enlarge them.

Creating a new document in DW CC

Before proceeding, I create a site (so all my files are properly organized). Site > New Site dialog. I then save the file I just created as index.html in the root of the site I just created. One is then prompted to save dependent files (make certain you do this at the site root).

Copying dependent files

Once the files are saved, activate live view and you should see you already have a pretty functional example. Obviously we will need to customize this a bit. I think it is pretty impressive we already have this built.

Live view of initial page

Note that this is a single page (we will turn this in to an app soon as well). If we examine the source code, we will see there are id’s of page, page 2, and so forth. for each of these, we add a data-theme attribute. I set mine to data-theme=”b” for each page. If you don’t like these themes, select Window > jQuery Mobile Swatches and get more themes.

Get more themes

This link will take you to the jQuery Theme Roller site where you can choose any color combinations you want. Once you have made your color choices, you can download them and install and use them for your themes. Since I am graphically challenged, I stuck with the existing theme colors.

Building colors in Theme Roller

I also added a back button on “pages” 2, 3, and 4. I simply added the code  data-add-back-btn=”true” to each of these divisions. I then populated each page with appropriate content. Since there are a number of PhoneGap code snippets, I decided to turn this into an example page. Specifically, I added code from the PhoneGap API documentation site for geolocation, network access, and device properties.

Once I have finished configuring the page, I then select Site >PhoneGap Build Service > PhoneGap Build Service. (Yes, I know this menu set  seems redundant). I will be prompted to create a new project.

Creating new phonegao project

 

If I were planning to publish this app, I would need signing keys (these cost money). In this case, I simply click continue.

Add signing keys

 

In the event you encounter problems (such as long load times), you can always also visit the PhoneGap build site directly and upload your file. Essentially, you are providing a zip version of your local files (including the jQuery files) and a config.xml file (which Dreamweaver should build for you when you click the above dialog). Note that I have found the current version of PhoneGap works best when you do not include any plugin references in your config.xml file. As long as you point to the proper cordova.js file in your HTML, it seems to pick up the plugin (this may well change with future builds). For those who are curious what the config.xml file looks like, I provide a screen capture below. You can click on the image to enlarge it.

Config xml file

You can build your app and scan the QR code on your appropriate mobile device to obtain the app (it will be downloaded via the browser). For example, on an Android device, you would install the .apk file you downloaded. You can then open the app and run it on your device (assuming you have install from untrusted sources active on your Android device).  In the screen captures below, you see the application running on my Samsung Galaxy Tab.

You can also specify images to be used instead of the default. In the interest of time, I did not do this. I highlighted the app below with a brown border.App installed on Tablet

When you tap on the app, you are presented with the following view. In this case, I have the app in portrait view.

App running

If you choose one of the options, you then interface with the hardware. In this case, you see the type of network presently being used.

Alert box displaying network.

You may note that I am not supplying a working example, nor source code (0ther than snippets). This is because I am planning to have students in the CMWEB 280 class develop a similar application as one of their first projects. It just doesn’t seem right to offer a completely working solution.

The biggest changes in the past few years include:

  • Not having to keep a copy of the SDK locally. Instead, you can use PhoneGap directly on the PhoneGap Build website.
  • Having the ability to use a jQuery mobile starter template in Dreamweaver.
  • Having the ability to directly access the jQuery Mobile Theme Roller site from within Dreamweaver (for those who want to create their own color schemes).
  • If you have a subscription to Creative Cloud, you can build multiple projects in PhoneGap (if not, you can only build one at a time for free)
  • Instead of having to download the .apk file and load it via DropBox or a similar approach on your mobile device, you can now scan the generated QR code. It makes installation so much easier.
  • With the addition of the Apache Cordova framework, you can now interface with a significant amount of the device hardware. All this can be done with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

I continue to be impressed with how quickly mobile app development options evolve and change. I am curious what your thoughts are on this topic. I welcome our comments.

- See more at: http://www.markdubois.info/weblog/2013/08/dreamweaver-cc-and-phonegap/#sthash.PjVdhx7c.dpuf
2019-03-20 21:48:18 qq_19669753 阅读数 715

最近,因为课设要用到Dreamweaver 故去下载了最新版的Dreamweaver cc,当让只能用破解了下

下面上正菜!

先丢一个链接Dreamweaver cc2019 提取码:y525

那啥先说一下哦,这是2019第一版破解,可能不稳定会有bug,但本人用了一周,感觉体验感还行哦~

先介绍下DW,咳咳,这里的DW可不是你们要的丹尼尔惠灵顿哦,Dreamweaver的中文名为“梦想编制者”,是集网页制作和管理网站于一身的网页编辑器。

下面上安装破解过程:

1.选中【Dw CC2019】压缩包,鼠标右击选择【解压到Dw CC2019】。

2.双击打开【Dw CC2019】文件夹。

3.选中【Set-up】可执行文件,鼠标右击选择【以管理员身份运行】。

4.这里直接登录自己的Adobe账号,如果没有账号就点击【获取Adobe ID】。

5.填写自己的注册信息,然后点击【注册】。

6.安装中。

7.点击【是,我用过】。

8.选择一个主题颜色。

9.选择一个工作区,后期是可以改的

10.关闭即可。

11.选择出生日期,然后点击【更新】。

12.关闭即可。

13.更改软件的安装路径,打开【C盘】。

14.打开【Program File】文件夹。

15.打开【Adobe】文件夹。

16.选中【Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2019】文件夹,鼠标右击选择【剪切】。

17.打开需要更改到哪个磁盘后,鼠标右击选择粘贴即可。我更改到D盘,所以打开D盘后,在空白处鼠标右击选择【粘贴】就行。

18.打开之前安装包解压后的文件夹,鼠标右击【Dreamweaver.exe】选择复制。

19.双击打开粘贴后的【Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2019】文件夹。

20.在空白处鼠标右击选择【粘贴】。

21.点击【替换目标中的文件】。

22.选中刚才粘贴的【Dreamweaver.exe】文件,鼠标右击选择【发送到】、【桌面快捷方式】。

23.双击打开【Dreamweaver.exe】。

24.安装完成

 

 

2017-11-29 10:32:34 zhaoaiqq 阅读数 949

官方dreamweaver CC 2017快捷键可下载版本 (windowsmac 版本)
地址:https://helpx.adobe.com/cn/dreamweaver/using/keyboard-shortcuts.html

代码编写快捷键

(先mac 后 windows)

操作

快速编辑 Cmd + E Ctrl + E
快捷文档 Cmd + K Ctrl + K
在上方打开/添加行 Cmd + Shift + Enter Ctrl + Shift + Enter
显示参数提示 Ctrl + ,
Ctrl + ,
多光标列/矩形选择 按住 Opt 键单击并拖动 按住 Alt 键单击并拖动
多光标不连续选择 按住 Cmd 键并单击 按住 Ctrl 键并单击
显示代码提示
Ctrl + 空格键

Ctrl + 空格键
选择子项

Cmd + ]

Ctrl + ]
转到行

Cmd + ,

Ctrl + G
选择父标签

Cmd + [ Ctrl + [
折叠所选内容

Cmd + Shift + C

Ctrl + Shift + C
折叠所选内容外部的内容

Cmd + Opt + C

Ctrl + Alt + C
展开所选内容

Cmd + Shift + E

Ctrl + Shift + E
折叠整个标签

Cmd + Shift + J

Ctrl + Shift + J
折叠完整标签外部的内容

Cmd + Opt + J

Ctrl + Alt + J
全部展开

Cmd + Opt + E

Ctrl + Alt + E
缩进代码

Cmd + Shift + >

Ctrl + Shift + >
减少代码缩进

Cmd + Shift + <

Ctrl + Shift + <
平衡大括号

Cmd + ‘

Ctrl + ’
代码导航器

Cmd + Opt + N

Ctrl + Alt + N
删除左侧单词

Cmd + Delete Ctrl + Backspace
删除右侧单词

Cmd + Fn + Delete

Ctrl + Delete
选择上一行

Shift + 上箭头键

Shift + 上箭头键
选择下一行

Shift + 下箭头键

Shift + 下箭头键
选择左侧字符

Shift + 左箭头键

Shift + 左箭头键
选择右侧字符

Shift + 右箭头键

Shift + 右箭头键
选择到上页

Shift + Fn + 向上翻页键 Shift + 向上翻页键
选择到下页

Shift + Fn + 向下翻页键

Shift + 向下翻页键
左移单词

Opt + 左箭头键

Ctrl + 左箭头键
右移单词

Opt + 右箭头键

Ctrl + 右箭头键
移动到当前行的开始处

Cmd + 左箭头键

Alt + 左箭头键
移动到当前行的结尾处

Cmd + 右箭头键

Alt + 右箭头键
切换行注释 Cmd + / Ctrl + /
切换块注释(用于 PHP 和 JS 文件) Cmd + Opt + / Ctrl+Shift + /
复制行选区 Cmd + D Ctrl+D
删除行 Cmd + Shift + D Ctrl + Shift + D
跳转至定义(JS 文件) Cmd + J Ctrl + J
选择右侧单词 Opt + Shift + 右箭头键 Ctrl + Shift + 右箭头键
选择左侧单词 Opt + Shift + 左箭头键 Ctrl + Shift + 左箭头键
移动到文件开头 Cmd + Fn + 左箭头键 Ctrl + Home
移动到文件结尾 Cmd + Fn + 右箭头键 Ctrl + End
选择到文件开始 Cmd + Shift + Fn + 左箭头键 Ctrl + Shift + Home
选择到文件结尾 Cmd + Shift + Fn + 右箭头键 Ctrl + Shift + End
转到源代码 Cmd + Opt + Ctrl + Alt +
全屏 Cmd + Ctrl + F 不适用
关闭窗口 Cmd + W Ctrl + W
退出应用程序 Cmd + Q Ctrl + Q
快速标签编辑器 Cmd + T Ctrl + T
转到下一单词 Cmd + 右箭头键 Ctrl + 右箭头键
转到上一单词 Cmd + 左箭头键 Ctrl + 左箭头键
转到上一段落(设计视图) Cmd + 上箭头键 Ctrl + 上箭头键
转到下一段落(设计视图) Cmd + 下箭头键 Ctrl + 下箭头键
选择到下一单词为止 Cmd + Shift + 右箭头键 Ctrl + Shift + 右箭头键
从上一单词开始选择 Cmd + Shift + 左箭头键 Ctrl + Shift + 左箭头键
从上一段落开始选择 Cmd + Shift + 上箭头键 Ctrl + Shift + 上箭头键
选择到下一段落为止 Cmd + Shift + 下箭头键 Ctrl + Shift + 下箭头键
移到下一个属性窗格 Cmd + Opt + Fn + 下箭头键 Ctrl + Alt + 向下翻页键
移到上一个属性窗格 Cmd + Opt + Fn + 上箭头键 Ctrl + Alt + 向上翻页键
在同一窗口新建 Cmd + Shift + N Ctrl + Shift + N
退出段落 Cmd + Return Ctrl + Return
下一文档 Cmd + Ctrl + Tab
上一文档 Cmd + Shift +
Ctrl + Shift + Tab
用 # 环绕 Cmd + Shift + 3 Ctrl + Shift + 3
文件面板快捷键

操作 Mac Windows
新建文件 Cmd + Shift + N Ctrl + Shift + N
新建文件夹 Cmd + Opt + Shift + N Ctrl + Alt + Shift + N
查找和替换键盘快捷键

操作 Mac Windows
在当前文档中查找 Cmd + F
Ctrl + F
在文件中查找和替换 Cmd + Shift + F Ctrl + Shift + F
在当前文档中替换 Command + Alt + F Ctrl + H
查找下一个 Cmd + G F3
查找上一个 Cmd + Shift + G Shift + F3
查找全部并选择 Cmd + Ctrl + G Ctrl + Shift + F3
将下一个匹配项添加到选区 Ctrl + Cmd + R Ctrl + R
跳过并将下一个匹配项添加到选区 Ctrl + Cmd + Opt + R Ctrl + Alt + R
插入快捷键

操作 Mac Windows
插入图像 Cmd + Opt + I Ctrl + Alt + I
插入 HTML5 视频 Cmd + Opt + Shift + V Ctrl + Alt + Shift + V
插入动画合成 Cmd + Opt + Shift + E Ctrl + Alt + Shift + E
插入 Flash SWF Cmd + Opt + F Ctrl + Alt + F
插入换行符 Shift + Return Shift + Return
不换行空格 (&nbsp) Command + Shift + 空格键 Ctrl + Shift + 空格键
CSS 快捷键

操作 Mac Windows
编译 CSS 预处理器 F9 F9
添加 CSS 选择器或对焦的面板属性 Cmd + Opt + Shift + = Ctrl + Alt + Shift + =
添加 CSS 选择器 Cmd + Opt + S Ctrl + Alt + S
添加 CSS 属性 Cmd + Opt + P Ctrl + Alt + P
参考线、网格和标尺的快捷键(在设计视图中)

操作 Mac Windows
显示参考线 Cmd + ; Ctrl + ;
锁定参考线 Cmd + Opt + ; Ctrl + Alt + ;
与参考线对齐 Cmd + Shift + ; Ctrl + Shift + ;
参考线与元素对齐 Cmd + Shift + G Ctrl + Shift + G
显示网格 Cmd + Opt + G Ctrl + Alt + G
与网格对齐 Cmd + Opt + Shift + G Ctrl + Alt + Shift + G
显示标尺 Cmd + Opt + R Ctrl + Alt + R
预览快捷键

操作 Mac Windows
在主浏览器中实时预览 Opt + F12 F12
在副浏览器中预览 Shift + F12 Shift + F12
视图特有的快捷键

操作 Mac Windows
冻结 JavaScript(实时视图) F6 F6
隐藏“实时视图”显示 Ctrl + Cmd + H Ctrl + Alt + H
切换视图 Ctrl + Ctrl +
检查(实时视图) Opt + Shift + 11 Alt + Shift + F11
隐藏所有可视化助理(设计视图) Cmd + Shift + I Ctrl + Shift + I
在设计视图和实时视图之间切换 Cmd + Shift + F11 Ctrl + Shift + F11
Windows 快捷键

操作 Mac Windows
首选项 Cmd + U Ctrl + U
显示面板 F4 F4
行为 Shift + F4 Shift + F4
代码检查器 Opt + F10 F10
CSS 设计器 Cmd + F11 Shift + F11
DOM Cmd + F7 Ctrl + F7
文件 F8 F8
插入 Cmd + F2 Ctrl + F2
属性 Cmd + F3 Ctrl + F3
输出 Shift + F6 Shift + F6
搜索 F7 F7
代码段 不适用 Shift + F9
Dreamweaver 联机帮助 F1 F1
文本快捷键

操作 Mac Windows
缩进 Cmd + Opt + ] Ctrl + Alt + ]
减少缩进 Cmd + Opt + [ Ctrl + Alt + [
粗体 Cmd + B Ctrl + B
斜体 Cmd + I Ctrl + I
拼写检查 Shift + F7 Shift + F7
删除链接 Cmd + Shift + L Ctrl + Shift + L
缩放快捷键

操作 Mac Windows
放大(设计视图和实时视图) Cmd + = Ctrl + =
缩小(设计视图和实时视图) Cmd + - Ctrl + -
100% Cmd + 0 Ctrl + 0
50% Cmd + Opt + 5 Ctrl + Alt + 5
200% Cmd + Opt + 2 Ctrl + Alt + 2
300% Cmd + Opt + 3 Ctrl + Alt + 3
适合选区 Cmd + Opt + 0 Ctrl + Alt + 0
适合全部 Cmd + Shift + 0 Ctrl + Shift + 0
适合宽度 Cmd + Opt + Shift + 0 Ctrl + Alt + Shift + 0
增加字体大小 Cmd + + Ctrl + +
减小字体大小 Cmd + - Ctrl + -
恢复字体大小 Cmd + 0 Ctrl + 0
表格快捷键

操作 Mac Windows
插入表格 Cmd + Opt + T Ctrl + Alt + T
合并单元格 Cmd + Opt + M Ctrl + Alt + M
拆分单元格 Cmd + Opt + Shift + T Ctrl + Alt + Shift + T
插入行 Cmd + M Ctrl + M
插入列 Cmd + Shift + A Ctrl + Shift + A
删除行 Cmd + Shift + M Ctrl + Shift + M
删除列 Cmd + Shift + - Ctrl + Shift + -
增加列跨度 Cmd + Shift + ] Ctrl + Shift + ]
减少列跨度 Cmd + Shift + [ Ctrl + Shift + [
站点管理快捷键

操作 Mac Windows
获取文件 Opt + Cmd + D Ctrl + Alt + D
签出文件 Opt + Shift + Cmd + D Ctrl + Alt + Shift + D
放置文件 Shift + Cmd + U Ctrl + Shift + U
签入文件 Opt + Shift + Cmd + U Ctrl + Alt + Shift + U
检查整个站点的链接 Cmd + F8 Ctrl + F8
显示页面标题 Cmd + Shift + T Ctrl + Shift + T
为当前快捷方式集创建一个参考页

参考页是当前快捷方式集的记录。信息以 HTML 表格的格式存储。您可以在 Web 浏览器中查看参考页,也可以将它打印出来。

选择“编辑”>“快捷键”(Windows) 或“Dreamweaver”>“快捷键”(Macintosh)。
单击“导出设置为 HTML”按钮,这是对话框顶部的一组按钮(共四个)中的第三个按钮。
在出现的“保存”对话框中,输入参考页的名称,然后选择保存该文件的适当位置。
自定义键盘快捷键

使用键盘快捷键编辑器可创建您自己的键盘快捷键,包括代码片段的键盘快捷键。您也可以在键盘快捷键编辑器中删除快捷键、编辑现有的快捷键以及选择一组预定义的快捷键。

创建键盘快捷键

创建您自己的键盘快捷键、编辑现有的快捷键或选择一组预定义的快捷键。

选择“编辑”>“快捷键”(Windows) 或“Dreamweaver”>“快捷键”(Macintosh)。
设置下列选项之一,然后单击“确定”:
当前快捷键组
允许您选择一组 Dreamweaver 附带的预定义快捷键,或选择任意一组您已定义的自定义快捷键。预定义的快捷键组列在菜单的上方。例如,如果您很熟悉 HomeSite 或 BBEdit 中的快捷键,则可以通过选择相应的预定义组来使用这些快捷键。
命令
允许您选择要编辑的命令的类别。例如,您可以编辑菜单命令(如“打开”命令)或代码编辑命令(如“平衡大括弧”)。
注意:

要为代码片断添加或编辑键盘快捷键,请从“命令”弹出菜单中选择“代码片断”。

命令列表
显示与“命令”弹出菜单中所选类别关联的命令以及所分配的快捷键。“菜单命令”类别将该列表显示为一个树状视图,该视图复制了菜单的结构。其它的类别在一个平面列表中按名称(如“退出应用程序”)顺序列出命令。
快捷键
显示分配给所选命令的所有快捷键。
添加项目 (+)
为当前命令添加快捷键。单击此按钮可以向“快捷键”中添加一个空行。输入一个新的键组合,然后单击“更改”即可为此命令添加一个键盘快捷键。您可以为每个命令分配两个不同的键盘快捷键;如果已经为某个命令分配了两个快捷键,则“添加项目”按钮将不执行任何操作。
删除项目 (-)
从快捷键列表中删除所选快捷键。
按键
显示您在添加或更改快捷键时输入的按键组合。
更改
将“按键”中显示的按键组合添加到快捷键列表中,或将所选快捷键更改为指定的按键组合。
复制快捷键组
复制当前快捷键组。为新的快捷键组指定一个名称;它的默认名称为当前快捷键组的名称后面追加副本 一词。
重命名快捷键组
重命名当前快捷键组。
作为 HTML 文件导出
以 HTML 表格式保存当前快捷键组,便于查看和打印。为了便于参考,您可以在浏览器中打开该 HTML 文件并将快捷键打印出来。
删除快捷键组
删除快捷键组。(不能删除活动快捷键组。)
从命令中删除快捷键

选择“编辑”>“快捷键”(Windows) 或“Dreamweaver”>“快捷键”(Macintosh)。
从“命令”弹出菜单中选择一个命令类别。
在“命令”列表中选择命令,然后选择快捷键。
单击“删除项 (-)”按钮。
为命令添加快捷键

选择“编辑”>“快捷键”(Windows) 或“Dreamweaver”>“快捷键”(Macintosh)。
从“命令”弹出菜单中选择一个命令类别。
在“命令”列表中选择一个命令。
注意:

要为代码片断添加键盘快捷键,请从“命令”弹出菜单中选择“代码片断”。

分配给该命令的快捷键显示在“快捷键”中。

执行下列操作之一添加一个快捷键:
如果已经分配给该命令的快捷键少于两个,请单击“添加项 (+)”按钮。新的空行显示在“快捷键”中,插入点移动至“按键”处。

如果已经分配给该命令两个快捷键,则选择其中之一(该快捷键将被新的快捷键替代)。然后在“按键”处单击。

按下一个键组合。该键组合便会显示在“按键”处。
注意:

如果该键组合存在问题(例如,该键组合已经分配给另一个命令),则紧跟“快捷键”下面会显示一条解释性信息,您可能无法添加或编辑该快捷键。

单击“更改”。新的键组合就被分配给该命令。
编辑现有快捷键

选择“编辑”>“快捷键”(Windows) 或“Dreamweaver”>“快捷键”(Macintosh)。
从“命令”弹出菜单中选择一个命令类别。
在“命令”列表中选择命令,然后选择要更改的快捷键。
在“按键”处单击,然后输入一个新的键组合。
若要更改快捷键,请单击“更改”按钮。

注意:

如果该键组合存在问题(例如,该键组合已经分配给另一个命令),则紧跟“快捷键”字段下面会显示一条解释性信息,您可能无法添加或编辑该快捷键。

关于键盘快捷键和非美国键盘

默认的 Dreamweaver 键盘快捷键主要针对美国标准键盘而言。其他国家/地区的键盘(包括在英国生产的键盘)可能不提供使用这些快捷键所需的功能。如果您的键盘不支持 Dreamweaver 启用的某些快捷键,Dreamweaver 将禁用这些快捷键的功能。

要针对非美国标准键盘自定义键盘快捷键,请参阅扩展 Dreamweaver 中的“更改键盘快捷键映射”。

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破解版下载地址如下:

(初学Javaweb自己下载用了一下,可以使用,有需要下载)

https://pan.baidu.com/s/1jqVAWzBzOAkaw-0y_KQKnA
提取密码:0eg9

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补丁下载:地址http://pan.baidu.com/s/1c0xoZTI
地址1:http://www.400gb.com/file/114175196


Dreamweaver安装程序下载:
http://pan.baidu.com/s/1qW4Ydp6


补丁破解图文教程如下
1.打开安装位置
Dreamweaver <wbr>CC <wbr>破解补丁、Dreamweaver <wbr>CC破解图文教程

2.复制补丁文件

Dreamweaver <wbr>CC <wbr>破解补丁、Dreamweaver <wbr>CC破解图文教程

3.粘贴到安装位置,替换掉原文件
Dreamweaver <wbr>CC <wbr>破解补丁、Dreamweaver <wbr>CC破解图文教程
4.破解完成
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