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Windows, views and work spaces.

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Feb 14, 2019

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Hello,

Is there a way I can have 3 view of my document at the same time?:

- Live View (or design view sometimes)

- HTML code view

- CSS code view?

I want to have something like a fork in DW, is it possible? I need have three of them at the same time, the live view is important for me, because I am still learning and I make lots lots of changes and I need to see the rendered result. And those changes I make working with html and css and the same time. Thanks for your patience.

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Correct answer by Jon Fritz II | Adobe Community Professional

Yes, you can have all 3 on screen at once...

1. Go to Window > Code Inspector to open what will be your HTML Source View panel
2. Set your document to Split with Code and Live views selected
3. In the document window, click your CSS file name in the Related Files toolbar at the top


That's it.

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Windows, views and work spaces.

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Hello,

Is there a way I can have 3 view of my document at the same time?:

- Live View (or design view sometimes)

- HTML code view

- CSS code view?

I want to have something like a fork in DW, is it possible? I need have three of them at the same time, the live view is important for me, because I am still learning and I make lots lots of changes and I need to see the rendered result. And those changes I make working with html and css and the same time. Thanks for your patience.

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Correct answer by Jon Fritz II | Adobe Community Professional

Yes, you can have all 3 on screen at once...

1. Go to Window > Code Inspector to open what will be your HTML Source View panel
2. Set your document to Split with Code and Live views selected
3. In the document window, click your CSS file name in the Related Files toolbar at the top


That's it.

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Yes, you can have all 3 on screen at once...

1. Go to Window > Code Inspector to open what will be your HTML Source View panel
2. Set your document to Split with Code and Live views selected
3. In the document window, click your CSS file name in the Related Files toolbar at the top


That's it.

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Got it. Thank U.

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