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    Post Is it possible to sort css rules alphabetically or otherwise in Dreamweaver?

    Is it possible to sort css rules alphabetically or otherwise in Dreamweaver?. I'm tired of scrolling up and down. I can't seem to find this option anywhere.


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    in fact that would be silly, I wouldn't want the actual css file changed, only the css viewpanel to sort stuff.


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    Sorting CSS commands can break the cascade setup and have the wrong style apply to parts of the page. Where two stylesheet commands are equal specificity then the one closest to the tag it is to be applied to takes priority when there are conflicts in what is specified. The order the stylesheet commands are in can be as important to how they get applied as what they contain.
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    Don't forget to start your JavaScript code with "use strict"; which makes it easier to find errors in your code.

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    One of the major features I like in DW, and I’m making use of frequently is the search (and replace) as it brings you to the spot on the page you are looking for in a second. Just hit Ctrl + F (Apple + F) and put your search term in.


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