Adding Document Content
The default template contains just the code required for a valid HTML document. This default template is stored as \Wizards\HTML\Default Template.htm below your root directory. You can edit this file and save it to change its content.
To open a new document, do one of the following:
- Press Ctrl+N to open the default document template.
- Select File > New to select a different template or a wizard.
You can easily add a link from an HTML, CFML, JSP or other HTML embedded document to a URL.
To add a link, do one of the following:
- Drag a file from a Files tab to insert a link into the current HTML document, in an image tag, or in an audio or video clip.
- Click the Anchor toolbutton on the Common QuickBar tab to define internal and external links.
For other supported languages, such as WML and SMIL, use the appropriate link syntax.
To insert a file into a document:
- Select File > Insert File from the menu.
- Open the drop-down list of supported file types to filter file list.
- Locate the file and click OK to insert the file contents in the current document.
To convert a text file:
- Select File > Convert Text File and locate a local or remote file with a txt extension.
- Click OK to open the file in the editor surrounded by basic HTML tags.
- Add formatting or link to a style sheet.
To copy text from a browser:
- To strip the HTML formatting code from copied text, select the Treat HTML dropped from external application as plain text option in the Options > Settings > Editor pane.
- Select the text in the browser that you want to copy.
- Use Windows copy and paste commands to enter the text block in the editor.
To add content in a visual WYSIWYG editor:
- Select View > Open in Macromedia Dreamweaver.
- If no Dreamweaver menu command or button appears, select Options > Settings > Dreamweaver/UltraDev > Enable Dreamweaver/UltraDev integration.
- If the menu command does not work, install Dreamweaver (it is included with the HomeSite CD-ROM).
- Add content in Dreamweaver.
For specific instructions, see the Dreamweaver tutorials and online help.
- When you are done, save your work and close Dreamweaver.
The page displays in HomeSite again, with the changes you made in Dreamweaver.
To insert Microsoft Office content, do one of the following: