Morten Rand-Hendriksen is a fellow Expression Web MVP and the author of Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Expression Web 3 in 24 Hours and is a guest poster for the Expression Web Team Blog with his timely article Rule over the true powers of Find. If you have not used the Find feature in Expression Web, you are missing out on a great tool. Morten writes:
If you use Expression Web or most any text editing and reading software, you likely already use the Find feature to search for text. But if you’re one of the few who is not using the Find feature in Expression Web, you are likely wasting time doing repetitive tasks the program can do for you far more efficiently. I don’t know about you but for me time = money and I like to spend as little of the former to get as much of the latter as possible. And to that end Find is an important tool in my toolbox. In this post, I’ll breeze over the basic Find features everyone should already be using, and then dive deeper into a few scenarios for using more advanced Find options called HTML Rules.
Read Rule over the true powers of Find and find out for yourself how YOU can use this great feature to help with your own work flow.