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Quick Tag Editor

The Quick Tag Editor dialog box enables you to quickly insert HTML, edit existing tags, or wrap a set of tags around another tag or set of tags while working in either the Design view or Code view of a web page. In addition, a subset of IntelliSense features are available in the Quick Tag Editor. For example, if you type all or part of a tag, property, or value, IntelliSense can display a pop-up list of options that you can select from. For more information, see Use IntelliSense.

Quick Tag Editor dialog box

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To edit, insert, or wrap tags by using the Quick Tag Editor

  1. In Design or Code view, in your web page, select content or put your cursor where you want to insert, edit, or wrap an HTML tag.

  2. To open the Quick Tag Editor dialog box, do one of the following:

    • Point to Edit and select Quick Tag Editor. If Quick Tag Editor doesn't appear on the menu, double click Edit to expand the menu.

    • Press CTRL+Q.

    • At the top of the document window, on the Quick Tag Selector bar, point to the tag that you want, and then click the arrow next to that tag, and select Edit Tag, Insert HTML, or Wrap Tag.

  3. In the Quick Tag Editor dialog box, in the drop-down menu, do the following.

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    Edit Tag

    Enable editing of the current tag, including attributes and other aspects of the tag. You can also add additional tags.

    Insert HTML

    Add HTML to the page.

    Wrap Tag

    Wrap a tag that you specify around the tag that you selected. The original tag that you selected becomes nested inside the tag you specify in the Quick Tag Editor.

  4. In the box to the right of the drop-down menu, type the HTML that you want.

  5. To keep your changes, click Enter Cc295102.2a3fbb03-68e6-46cc-8fcd-7a5a98574828(en-us,Expression.40).png; otherwise, click Cancel Cc295102.3a8aef29-9ca3-4192-93bb-aa1eb8e9914a(en-us,Expression.40).png.

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