I don't write HTML every day, so DreamWeaver is a useful crutch. Often I find myself writing content for a site where I have no control over the page header. I need/want to use some one-off CSS to do some layout, etc. If I'm not mistaken, the only way I have to do that is to use inline CSS.

DreamWeaver provides nice dialog-box-based support for editing CSS in a stylesheet, but AFAICT, not for inline CSS. Am I missing something? Obviously, I can hand-edit - I'm looking for pull-downs, etc.


I don't know which version you have but on CS4 if I bring up the properties dialog (Windows->Properties) and then click the CSS button on the left then <inline style> is an option on the Targeted Rule dropdown. You can then click Edit Rule to specify the inline CSS you want.

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  • Thanks - of course, like so many UI things, once you know, it's "how the heck did I miss THAT?!". – Ed Staub Sep 22 '11 at 21:14

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