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Using the Tag Chooser

The Tag Chooser allows you to insert any tag from the Dreamweaver tag libraries in your page. A tag library is a collection of tags for a certain type that contains tag information, code hints, target browser checks, and other features. You can insert tags from the following types: HTML, CFML, ASP.NET, JSP, JRun custom library, ASP, PHP, and WML. If you are looking for a specific tag in a specific category, the Tag Chooser can help you insert it into your code with the right syntax.

Insert Tags Using the Tag Chooser

  • green-circle-1.jpg Open the Web page you want to insert a tag using the Tag Chooser.
  • green-circle-2.jpg Click to place the insertion point in the code where you want to insert a tag.
  • green-circle-3.jpg Right-click (Win) or control-click (Mac) near the insertion point, and then click Insert Tag.
  • green-circle-4.jpg Select a category of tags from the tag library, or expand the category and select a subcategory.
  • green-circle-5.jpg Select a tag from the right pane.
  • green-circle-6.jpg To view syntax and usage information for the selected tag, click Tag Info.
  • green-circle-7.jpg To insert the selected tag into your code, click Insert.
  • green-circle-8.jpg If a tag requires more information, enter the required information in the tag editor, and then click OK.
  • green-circle-9.jpg Click Close.
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