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Preface: Welcome to HomeSite
Product Features
Intended Audience
About HomeSite Documentation
Online documentation
Documentation conventions
Contacting Allaire
Chapter 1: Installing and Configuring HomeSite
Installing HomeSite
Importing Settings from a Previous Version
Configuring Browsers
Internal browser options
External browser options
Connecting to Remote Servers
Managing remote servers
Setting up Web Server Page Processing
Chapter 2: Getting Started
Exploring the HomeSite Workspace
Customizing the Workspace
Taking Shortcuts
Using shortcut menus
Using shortcut keys
Working in the Resources Area
Viewing Documents in Edit, Browse, and Design modes
Tracking Your Work in the Results window
Printing results
Organizing Toolbars
Allaire Spectra toolbar
Positioning toolbars
Default Toolbars
Managing Files
Working with Directories
Working with Files
Working with Favorites
Working with Remote Servers
Downloading Web pages
Chapter 3: Learning HTML and CSS
HTML Basics
Tags and content
An HTML sample
Requirements of a HTML Document
Getting Started
Working in HomeSite
Opening the default template
Setting a working directory
Adding Code and Content
Body tag
Paragraph tag
Bold tag
Anchor tag
Image tag
Heading tags
Horizontal Rule Tag
Font and Align Tags
Break tag
Using Tables for Page Formatting
Spanning rows and columns
Other table attributes
Entering Text in Tables
Using the Table Tag Editors
Adding Hyperlinks
Structuring Page Content in Lists
List Types
The Complete Page Code
Cascading Style Sheets Tutorial
Style syntax
Replacing tag-based formatting with styles
Creating a Style Block
Defining styles
The Complete Style Block Code
Chapter 4: Getting the Most from the Help System
Using Pop-up Help in the Editor
Using Embedded Dialog Box Help
Using Help References
Changing the help display location
Bookmarking Help Documents
Searching Help References
Using advanced search operators
Extending the Help System
Chapter 5: Creating Pages
Entering Text and Other Content
Setting text options on the Editor toolbar
Using Coding Tools
Typing tools
Tag dialog boxes
Code generators
Document Basics
Opening a new document
Inserting a file into a document
Converting a text file
Copying content from a browser
Converting Microsoft Office content
Best Practices in Coding
Style Guide
Commenting code
Color-coding tags
Printing Code, Browser Pages, and Help Topics
Getting Help Entering Content
Tag Insight
Tag Completion
Tag Validation
Auto Completion
Function Insight
Special characters
Getting Started with Templates and Wizards
Templates
HTML wizards
DHTML wizards
Working in Tag Chooser
Inserting Tags from the QuickBar
Using Keyboard Shortcuts
Saving Code Blocks as Snippets
Sharing snippets
Adding snippet shortcut keys
Saving Keystrokes with Code Templates
Setting Colors for Page Elements
Adding Media Content
Image files
Image maps
OpenPix
Video
Sound
RealNetworks support
Using SMIL tags
Chapter 6: Best Practices for Coding HTML and CFML
General Style Guidelines
Set standards for your site
Reuse common code
Indent your code
Set line length and word wrapping
Keep capitalization consistent
Add comments to your code
Watch your URLs
Use special characters carefully
CFML Coding Style Guide
Pay attention to naming conventions for variables and form fields
Use scopes, or qualifiers, for variables
Use pound signs (#) where needed
Coding Custom Tags and Extensions
Allaire’s Developer Exchange
Comment your code
Custom tag names
Defining attributes
Protect variables in the CALLER scope
Provide useful error handling
Chapter 7: Editing Pages
Setting Editing Options
Working in Edit Mode
Selecting code and text blocks
Saving text to the multiple-entry clipboard
Collapsing Text
Setting options
Editing Tools
Tag Editors
Tag Tree and Tag Inspector
Tag Tree
Tag Inspector
Visual Editing in Design Mode
Preserving Code Formats with CodeSweepers
Setting and using the default CodeSweeper
Using a CodeSweeper other than the default
Creating, editing, and removing CodeSweepers
CodeSweeper settings
HTML Tidy settings
Creating a custom profile
Formatting Pages with Cascading Style Sheets
CSS Terminology
Using the style editor
A CSS reference
A Style Tutorial
Chapter 8: Using Projects for Site Management
What are Projects?
The Projects Tab
Project Folders
Physical and Virtual
Manual-Inclusive and Auto-Inclusive
Referencing and the .APF File
Folder Review
Working With Projects
Working with Folders and Files
Working with Folders
Working with Files
Working with Resources
Additional Project Features
Working in a Source Control System
Why use source control?
Supported source control systems
Setting up a project in source control
Chapter 9: Deploying Projects
Deployment Overview
Specifying Deployment Settings
Relative to the Parent Folder Deployment Location
Specific Deployment Location
Do Not Upload
Setting Deployment Options
Setting Up Default Deployment Servers
Deploying to Multiple Servers
Using the Deployment Wizard
Deploying Directly
Using Deployment Scripts
Chapter 10: Testing and Maintaining Web Pages
Working in the Results Window
Saving results
Using Find and Replace
Search commands
Searching with Regular Expressions
Checking Spelling
Validating Code
Verifying Page Links
Using Site View to Check Page Links
Testing Page Download Times
Chapter 11: Customizing the Development Environment
The Visual Tools Markup Language (VTML)
Customizing Tag Chooser and Expression Builder
Dialog Definition Files
Creating Tag Definitions
Creating a tag definition file
Defining attributes
Defining attribute categories
Building Tag Editors
Defining controls
Populating dialog boxes with tag data
Generating a tag
Variables passed to the layout template
Special variables
Adding Tag Help
Providing help from an external file
VTML Container/Control Reference
Building Custom Wizards
Saving wizard files
Creating Wizard Definition Pages
VTML for Wizards tag summary
VTML for Wizards tag reference
Dynamic expressions in tags
Bound controls
Creating Wizard Output Templates
Parameters
Expressions and functions
WIZ Tags
WIZML reference
Wizard Definition Page Library - ColdFusion Studio ONLY
Chapter 12: Scripting The Visual Tools Object Model
Writing and Executing Scripts
Writing Scripts
Executing Scripts
A tip on debugging scripts
Application Object
Properties
Methods
Table of CommandID Values
Table of SettingID values
Projects
Toolbars
DocumentCache Object
Properties
ActiveDocument Object
Properties
Methods
DeploymentManager Object
Description
Properties
Methods
Special Notes About Project Folder Names
HTTPProvider Object
Properties
Methods
ZIPProvider Object
Properties
Methods
ActiveScripting examples
JavaScript
VBScript
Third-Party Add-Ins
Chapter 13: Developing Dynamic Web Sites with ColdFusion
Building Dynamic Web Applications
Defining "Web Applications"
Understanding ColdFusion
Database Integration
All the Acronyms You’d Want, and Then Some
Building Complete Applications
The Development Environment – ColdFusion Studio
CFML Support in HomeSite
Tag-based programming
Introducing ColdFusion Express
Getting Started with CF Express
Chapter 14: Exchanging Data via XML
An Overview of Distributed Data for the Web
WDDX Components
Working with Application-Level Data
Data Exchange Across Application Servers
Time zone processing
How WDDX Works
Converting CFML Data to a JavaScript Object
Transferring Data from Browser to Server
Index







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