The Tag Inspector lets you edit code in a property sheet interface that will be familiar to Visual Basic and Delphi programmers.
You can also edit tag definitions from the Tag Inspector. For details, see "Working with Tag Definitions".
You can select buttons at the top of the Inspector pane to control the way attributes and scripting events are displayed. There are three display options:
When dealing with cross-browser and language issues, it is helpful to select the appropriate display.
Every tag that HomeSite installs includes a definition file, written in VTML, that specifies the valid attributes for that tag and the content and formatting of the tag's editor.
Adding and modifying script blocks for events such as
onclick is easy from the Tag Inspector. You can edit an event if it is supported as an attribute of the selected tag or edit the event directly.
The event syntax is added to the tag and a script block is created in the
HEAD section of the document.
To locate an event script block in your document, double-click its name in the Tag Inspector pane or right-click the tag and select the navigate command.