Hi there, I know that there was some shortcut in DW to replace same words/classes. When I highlight some word then DW make all same words underline. Can't find the shortcut that edit them in live time. Not "ctrl+h" there was something else...
For multi-line editing, use ALT key to highlight the class name "text".
Then type a new class name called spin.
Results of multi-line editing.
Thanks! This is what I need
Another option, if things aren't as nice and lined up as you have showing now, would be to highlight the class, so multiple copies of the class become underlined, then hit Ctrl + Shift + F3 to select all of them. You can then replace every copy at once, no matter where they appear.
This is exactly what I was looking for. I remember that I saw this funcionality somehere on Adobe YT chanel or "first steps" tutorial after open DW. But can U tell me this option will replace all same name classes in document or just classes on current window view?
It selects all copies of the underlined bit of code in the document and will replace them with whatever you type.