CSS functions handle applying, removing, creating, and deleting CSS styles. Methods of the dreamweaver.cssRuleTracker object either control or act on the selection in the CSS rule tracker panel of the Selection inspector. Methods of the dreamweaver.cssStylePalette object either control or act on the selection in the Styles panel, not in the current document.

dom.applyLayout()

Availability

Dreamweaver CS3.

Description

Applies a CSS-based layout to the document. The document body must be empty, and the document must be a page where you can apply a layout. That is:

  • A page that is HTML based, such as HTML, XHTML, ColdFusion, PHP, and so on, (but not CSS, XML, JavaScript, and so on).

  • A page that is not a frameset or a template instance (although a template itself is fine).

Arguments

layout-index, CSS, cssFileName, preventOverwrite

  • layout-index is an integer, zero-based index that specifies the layout to use. This is an index to the list of layouts, which is used to return the layoutNames and layoutDescriptions in the corresponding functions.

  • CSS specifies where to put the CSS layout. Possible values are:

    • embed" - embed the CSS in the document head.

    • link" - link to cssFileName.

    • create_and_link" - write CSS in cssFileName and link to that.

    • import"- import cssFileName.

    • create_and_import" - write CSS in cssFileName and import.

  • cssFileName is the name of the CSS file to link or import and create, if appropriate.

  • preventOverwrite is a Boolean value, where: true: when creating a new CSS file, fail if the file already exists false: overwrite the file if it already exists

Returns

A Boolean value: true: layout is successfully applied; false: otherwise.

Example

 dw.getLayoutNames(); 
var theDOM = dw.getDocumentDOM(); 
alert (theDOM.canApplyLayout()); 
if (theDOM.canApplyLayout()) 
    theDOM.applyLayout(1, "embed"); 
else 
    alert("can't apply layout to this doc");

dom.canApplyLayout()

Availability

Dreamweaver CS3.

Description

Checks whether a CSS-based layout can be applied to the document. It checks that the document body is empty, and that it is a page where you can apply a layout. That is:

  • A page that is basically HTML based, such as HTML, XHTML, ColdFusion, PHP, and so on (but not CSS, XML, JavaScript, and so on).

  • A page that is not a frameset or a template instance (although a template itself is fine). evelyn

Arguments

None.

Returns

A Boolean where: true: layout can be applied. false: layout cannot be applied.

dw.getFilesForLayout()

Availability

Dreamweaver CS3.

Description

Gets the paths of the configuration files for the specified layout.

Arguments

layoutIndex

  • layoutIndex is an integer, zero-based index specifying the layout. This is an index to the list of layouts, which is used to return the layoutNames and layoutDescriptions in the corresponding functions.

Returns

String array containing the full paths of the HTML and preview image files (which can be null).

dw.getLayoutNames()

Availability

Dreamweaver CS3.

Description

Gets the names of the available CSS-based layouts.

Arguments

None.

Returns

String array of layout names.

dw.getLayoutDescriptions()

Availability

Dreamweaver CS3.

Description

Gets the descriptions of the available CSS-based layouts

Arguments

None.

Returns

String array of layout descriptions.

dom.applyCSSStyle()

Availability

Dreamweaver 4.

Description

Applies the specified style to the specified element. This function is valid only for the active document.

Arguments

elementNode, styleName, {classOrID}, {bForceNesting}

  • The elementNode argument is an element node in the DOM. If the elementNode argument is a null value or an empty string (""), the function acts on the current selection.

  • The styleName argument is the name of a CSS style.

  • The classOrID argument, which is optional, is the attribute with which the style should be applied (either "class" or "id"). If the elementNode argument is a null value or an empty string and no tag exactly surrounds the selection, the style is applied using SPAN tags. If the selection is an insertion point, Dreamweaver uses heuristics to determine to which tag the style should be applied.

  • The bForceNesting argument, which is optional, is a Boolean value, which indicates whether nesting is allowed. If the bForceNesting flag is specified, Dreamweaver inserts a new SPAN tag instead of trying to modify the existing tags in the document. This argument defaults to a false value if it is not specified.

Returns

Nothing.

Example

The following code applies the red style to the selection, either by surrounding the selection with SPAN tags or by applying a CLASS attribute to the tag that surrounds the selection:

 var theDOM = dreamweaver.getDocumentDOM('document'); 
theDOM.applyCSSStyle('','red');

dom.getElementView()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function gets the Element view for the currently selected element in the document. If the currently selected element is normal, the getElementView() function looks for the selected element’s first ancestor that is either full or hidden.

Arguments

None.

Returns

A string that indicates the status of the selected element. Values include:

  • "hidden", which indicates that the element has CSS properties that may cause content to be partially or completely hidden in Design view. Supported CSS properties include:

    • overflow: hidden, scroll, or auto

    • display: none

  • "full", which indicates that the element is "hidden" by default, but is currently in "full" view as set by the setElementView("full") function.

  • "normal", which indicates that the element is neither "hidden" nor "full".

Example

The following example changes the status of the selected element to "full" if it is "hidden":

 var currentDOM = dw.getDocumentDOM(); 
if (currentDOM && getElementView() == "hidden"){ 
    currentDOM.setElementView("full"); 
    }

dom.getShowDivBackgrounds()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function gets the state of the Layout Block Backgrounds visual aid.

Arguments

None.

Returns

A Boolean; true if the Layout Block Backgrounds visual aid is on; false otherwise.

Example

The following example checks whether the Layout Block Backgrounds visual aid is on and, if not, turns it on:

 var currentDOM = dw.getDocumentDOM(); 
if (currentDOM.getShowDivBackgrounds() == false){ 
    currentDOM.setShowDivBackgrounds(true); 
    }

dom.getShowDivBoxModel()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function gets the state of the Layout Block Box Model visual aid.

Arguments

None.

Returns

A Boolean; true if the Layout Block Box Model visual aid is on; false otherwise.

Example

The following example checks whether the Layout Block Box Model visual aid is on and, if not, turns it on:

 var currentDOM = dw.getDocumentDOM(); 
if (currentDOM.getShowDivBoxModel() == false){ 
    currentDOM.setShowDivBoxModel(true); 
    }

dom.getShowDivOutlines()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function gets the state of the Layout Block Outlines visual aid.

Arguments

None.

Returns

A Boolean; true if the Layout Block Outlines visual aid is on; false otherwise.

Example

The following example checks whether the Layout Block Outlines visual aid is on and, if not, turns it on:

 var currentDOM = dw.getDocumentDOM(); 
if (currentDOM.getShowDivOutlines() == false){ 
    currentDOM.setShowDivOutlines(true); 
    }

dom.removeCSSStyle()

Availability

Dreamweaver 3.

Description

Removes the CLASS or ID attribute from the specified element, or removes the SPAN tag that completely surrounds the specified element. This function is valid only for the active document.

Arguments

elementNode, {classOrID}

  • The elementNode argument is an element node in the DOM. If the elementNode argument is specified as an empty string (" "), the function acts on the current selection.

  • The classOrID argument, which is optional, is the attribute that should be removed (either "class" or "id"). If the classOrID argument is not specified, it defaults to "class". If no CLASS attribute is defined for the elementNode argument, the SPAN tag that surrounds the elementNode argument is removed.

Returns

Nothing.

dom.resetAllElementViews()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function resets the Element view of all elements in the document to the original view by removing all internally generated CSS.

Arguments

{forceRefresh}

  • The forceRefresh argument, which is optional, is a Boolean value that specifies whether to refresh the rendering of the entire document when there is no internal CSS to remove. A value of true causes the refresh. The default value is false.

Returns

Nothing.

Example

The following example resets the Element view of all elements in the document without forcing a refresh of the rendering:

 var currentDOM = dw.getDocumentDOM(); 
currentDOM.resetAllElementViews(false);

dom.setElementView()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function sets the Element view for the currently selected element in the document. If the currently selected element is "normal", the setElementView() function looks for the first ancestor of the currently selected element that is "full" or "hidden".

Arguments

view

  • The view argument, which is required, is a string that sets the currently selected element to "full" or "hidden". If the currently selected element, is "normal", the setElementView() function looks for the currently selected element’s first ancestor that is either "full" or "hidden". For additional information, see dom.getElementView(). Possible values are:

    • "full" — Removes the internal CSS that put the element in "full" view, so that the element returns to its original state.

    • "hidden" If the currently selected element is in "hidden" view, Dreamweaver generates the CSS to cause all content to be viewed and then applies the CSS as an internal design time style sheet.

Returns

Nothing.

Example

dom.setShowDivBackgrounds()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function turns the Layout Block Backgrounds visual aid on or off.

Arguments

show

  • The show argument, which is required, is a Boolean value that specifies whether to turn the Layout Block Backgrounds visual aid on. Setting show to true turns the Layout Block Backgrounds visual aid on.

Returns

Nothing.

Example

dom.setShowDivBoxModel()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function turns the Layout Block Box Model visual aid on or off.

Arguments

show

  • The show argument, which is required, is a Boolean value that specifies whether to turn the Layout Block Box Model visual aid on. Setting show to true turns the Layout Block Box Model visual aid on.

Returns

Nothing.

Example

dom.setShowDivOutlines()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function turns the Layout Block Outlines visual aid on or off.

Arguments

show

  • The show argument, which is required, is a Boolean value that specifies whether to turn the Layout Block Outlines visual aid on. Setting show to true turns the Layout Block Outlines visual aid on.

Returns

Nothing.

Example

dom.getLiveViewInspectMode()

Availability

Dreamweaver CS5.

Description

This function is used to determine if the Live View Inspect mode is enabled for the current document. For more information, see Inspect CSS in Live view.

Arguments

None.

Returns

A Boolean: true if Inspect Mode is enabled for the current document.

dom.setLiveViewInspectMode()

Availability

Dreamweaver CS5.

Description

This function is used to enable or disable the Live View Inspect mode for the current document. For more information, see Inspect CSS in Live view.

Arguments

A Boolean. Specify true to enable the Live View Inspect mode.

Returns

None.

dreamweaver.cssRuleTracker.editSelectedRule()

Availability

Dreamweaver MX 2004.

Description

Lets the user edit the currently selected rule in the rule tracker. This function displays the selected rule in the CSS property grid, and if necessary, will show the property grid and its containing floater.

Arguments

None.

Returns

Nothing.

Enabler

dreamweaver.cssRuleTracker.newRule()

Availability

Dreamweaver MX 2004.

Description

Opens the New CSS Style dialog box, so the user can create a new rule.

Arguments

None.

Returns

Nothing.

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.applySelectedStyle()

Availability

Dreamweaver MX.

Description

Applies the selected style to the current active document or to its attached style sheet, depending on the selection in the Styles panel.

Arguments

{pane}

  • The pane argument, which is optional, is a string that specifies the pane of the Styles panel to which this function applies. Possible values are "stylelist", which is the list of styles in “All” mode; "cascade", which is the list of applicable, relevant rules in “Current” mode; "summary", which is the list of properties for the current selection in “Current” mode; and "ruleInspector", which is the editable list or grid of properties in “Current” mode. The default value is "stylelist".

Returns

Nothing.

Enabler

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.attachStyleSheet()

Availability

Dreamweaver 4.

Description

Displays a dialog box that lets users attach a style sheet to the current active document or to one of its attached style sheets, depending on the selection in the Styles panel.

Arguments

None.

Returns

Nothing.

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.deleteSelectedStyle()

Availability

Dreamweaver 3.

Description

Deletes the style that is currently selected in the Styles panel from the document.

Arguments

{pane}

  • The pane argument, which is optional, is a string that specifies the pane of the Styles panel to which this function applies. Possible values are "stylelist", which is the list of styles in “All” mode; "cascade", which is the list of applicable, relevant rules in “Current” mode; "summary", which is the list of properties for the current selection in “Current” mode; and "ruleInspector", which is the editable list or grid of properties in “Current” mode. The default value is "stylelist".

Returns

Nothing.

Enabler

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.duplicateSelectedStyle()

Availability

Dreamweaver 3.

Description

Duplicates the style that is currently selected in the Styles panel and displays the Duplicate Style dialog box to let the user assign a name or selector to the new style.

Arguments

{pane}

  • The pane argument, which is optional, is a string that specifies the pane of the Styles panel to which this function applies. Possible values are "stylelist", which is the list of styles in “All” mode; "cascade", which is the list of applicable, relevant rules in “Current” mode; "summary", which is the list of properties for the current selection in “Current” mode; and "ruleInspector", which is the editable list or grid of properties in “Current” mode. The default value is "stylelist".

Returns

Nothing.

Enabler

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.editSelectedStyle()

Availability

Dreamweaver 3.

Description

Opens the Style Definition dialog box for the style that is currently selected in the Styles panel.

Arguments

{pane}

  • The pane argument, which is optional, is a string that specifies the pane of the Styles panel to which this function applies. Possible values are "stylelist", which is the list of styles in “All” mode; "cascade", which is the list of applicable, relevant rules in “Current” mode; "summary", which is the list of properties for the current selection in “Current” mode; and "ruleInspector", which is the editable list or grid of properties in “Current” mode. The default value is "stylelist".

Returns

Nothing.

Enabler

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.editSelectedStyleInCodeview()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function switches to Code view and moves the mouse pointer to the code for the style that is currently selected in the Styles panel.

Arguments

{pane}

  • The pane argument, which is optional, is a string that specifies the pane of the Styles panel to which this function applies. Possible values are "stylelist", which is the list of styles in “All” mode; "cascade", which is the list of applicable, relevant rules in “Current” mode; "summary", which is the list of properties for the current selection in “Current” mode; and "ruleInspector", which is the editable list or grid of properties in “Current” mode. The default value is "stylelist".

Returns

Nothing.

Enabler

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.editStyleSheet()

Availability

Dreamweaver 3.

Description

Opens the Edit Style Sheet dialog box.

Arguments

None.

Returns

Nothing.

Enabler

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.getDisplayStyles()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function determines whether CSS styles are being rendered. The default value is true.

Arguments

None.

Returns

A Boolean value: true if CSS styles are being rendered; false otherwise.

Example

 var areStylesRendered = dw.cssStylePalette.getDisplayStyles();

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.getMediaType()

Availability

Dreamweaver MX 2004.

Description

Gets target media type for rendering. The default media type is "screen".

Arguments

None.

Returns

A string value that specifies the target media type.

Example

 var mediaType = dw.cssStylePalette.getMediaType();

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.getSelectedStyle()

Availability

Dreamweaver 3; fullSelector available in Dreamweaver MX.

Description

Gets the name of the style that is currently selected in the Styles panel.

Arguments

fullSelector

  • The fullSelector argument is a Boolean value that indicates whether the full selector or only the class should return. If nothing is specified, only the class name returns. For instance, p.class1 is a selector that means the style is applied to any p tag of class1, but it does not apply, for instance, to a div tag of class1. Without the fullSelector argument, the dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.getSelectedStyle() function returns only the class name, class1, for the selector. The fullSelector argument tells the function to return p.class1 instead of class1.

Returns

When the fullSelector argument is a true value, the function returns either the full selector or an empty string when the stylesheet node is selected.

When the fullSelector argument is a false value or it is omitted, a string that represents the class name of the selected style returns. If the selected style does not have a class or a stylesheet node is selected, an empty string returns.

Example

If the style red is selected, a call to the dw.cssStylePalette.getSelectedStyle() function returns "red".

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.getStyles()

Availability

Dreamweaver 3.

Description

Gets a list of all the class styles in the active document. Without arguments it just returns class selector names. If the bGetIDs argument is true, it returns just ID selector names. In either case, if the bGetFullSelector argument is true, it returns the full selector name.

For example, given an HTML file with the following code:

 <style> 
.test{ background:none }; 
p.foo{ background:none }; 
#bar {background:none }; 
div#hello p.world {background:none};

The calls in the following table return the values in the Result column.

Function call

Result

dw.cssStylePalette.getStyles()

foo, test, world

dw.cssStylePalette.getStyles(true)

bar, hello

dw.cssStylePalette.getStyles(false, true)

p.foo, .test, div#hello p.world

dw.cssStylePalette.getStyles(true, true)

#bar, div#hello p.world

Arguments

{bGetIDs}, {bGetFullSelector}

  • The bGetIDs argument is optional. It is a Boolean value that, if true, causes the function to return just ID selector names (the part after the "#"). Defaults to false.

  • The bGetFullSelector argument is optional. It is a Boolean value that, if true, returns the complete selector string, instead of just the names. Defaults to false.

Returns

An array of strings that represent the names of all the class styles in the document.

Example

If the Styles panel is set up as shown in the following figure, a call to the dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.getStyles() function returns an array that contains these strings: "BreadcrumbEnd", "change", "doctitle", "heading", and "highlight":

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.getStyles

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.newStyle()

Availability

Dreamweaver 3.

Description

Opens the New Style dialog box.

Arguments

None.

Returns

Nothing.

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.renameSelectedStyle()

Availability

Dreamweaver 3.

Description

Renames the class name that is used in the currently selected rule in the Styles panel and all instances of the class name in the selected rule.

Arguments

{pane}

  • The pane argument, which is optional, is a string that specifies the pane of the Styles panel to which this function applies. Possible values are "stylelist", which is the list of styles in “All” mode; "cascade", which is the list of applicable, relevant rules in “Current” mode; "summary", which is the list of properties for the current selection in “Current” mode; and "ruleInspector", which is the editable list or grid of properties in “Current” mode. The default value is "stylelist".

Returns

Nothing.

Enabler

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.setDisplayStyles()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function determines whether to render CSS styles and refreshes the rendering of all open documents.

Arguments

display

  • The display argument is a Boolean value: true to render CSS styles; false otherwise.

Returns

Nothing.

Example

The following example turns off rendering of CSS styles:

 dw.cssStylePalette.setDisplayStyles(false);

dreamweaver.cssStylePalette.setMediaType()

Availability

Dreamweaver MX 2004.

Description

Sets the target media type for rendering. Refreshes the rendering of all open documents.

Arguments

mediaType

  • The mediaType argument specifies the new target media type.

Returns

Nothing.

Example

 dw.cssStylePalette.setMediaType("print");

dreamweaver.getBlockVisBoxModelColors()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function gets the colors used to render the box model for a selected block when the Layout Block Box Model visual aid is on.

Arguments

None.

Returns

An array of strings that contains two strings:

  • marginColor, which is the hexadecimal value of the RGB color, in the form #RRGGBB.

  • paddingColor, which is the hexadecimal value of the RGB color, in the form #RRGGBB.

Example

The following example checks the value of the margin and padding color; if either isn’t white, it sets them both to white:

 var boxColors = dreamweaver.getBlockVisBoxModelColors(); 
if ((boxColors[0] != "#FFFFFF") || (boxColors[1] != "#FFFFFF)){ 
        currentDOM.setBlockVisBoxModelColors("#FFFFFF", "#FFFFFF"); 
        }

dreamweaver.getBlockVisOutlineProperties()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function gets the outline properties for the block visualization visual aids.

Arguments

forWhat

  • The forWhat argument, which is required, is a string. Possible values are "divs", "selectedDiv", or "layers". If the forWhat argument is "divs", the function returns the properties used for the visual aid that outlines all layout blocks. If forWhat is "selectedDiv", the function returns the property used for the visual aid that outlines selected layout blocks. The layers value specifies layers.

Returns

An array of strings that contains three strings:

  • color, which is the hexadecimal value of the RGB color, in the form #RRGGBB

  • width, which indicates the width in pixels

  • style, which is "SOLID", "DOTTED", "DASHED", or "OUTSET"

Example

The following example gets the outline properties for "divs" and makes the outline style "SOLID":

 var outlineStyle = dw.getBlockVisOutlineProperties("divs"); 
if (outlineStyle[2] != "SOLID"){ 
    dw.setBlockVisOutlineProperties("divs", outlineStyle[0], outlineStyle[1], "SOLID"); 
    }

dreamweaver.getDivBackgroundColors()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function gets the colors used by the Layout Block Backgrounds visual aid.

Arguments

None.

Returns

An array of strings that contains the 16 colors, with each color represented by the hexadecimal value of the RGB color, in the form #RRGGBB.

Example

The following example gets the background colors used by the Layout Block Backgrounds visual aid:

 var backgroundColors = dreamweaver.getDivBackgroundColors();

dreamweaver.setBlockVisOutlineProperties()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function sets the outline properties for the block visualization visual aids.

Arguments

forWhat, color, width, {style}

  • The forWhat argument, which is required, is a string that specifies for what the specified color and width are used. Possible values are "divs", "selectedDiv", or "layers". If the value is "layers", the specified color and width are used to outline all layers when the Layout Block Outlines visual aid is on. If the value is "divs", the color and width arguments are used to outline all divs and other layout blocks. If the value is "selectedDiv", the color and width arguments are used to outline any div or layout block that is selected.

  • The color argument, which is required, is a string that contains the hexadecimal value that indicates the RGB color in the form #RRGGBB.

  • The width argument, which is required, is an integer that indicates the outline width, in pixels.

  • The style argument, which is optional, is a string that indicates the style of the outline. Possible values are "SOLID", "DOTTED", "DASHED", and "OUTSET". The "OUTSET" value is applicable to layers only. This argument is ignored when the forWhat argument’s value is "selectedDiv".

Returns

Nothing.

Example

dreamweaver.setDivBackgroundColors()

Availability

Dreamweaver 8.

Description

This function sets the colors used by the Layout Block Backgrounds visual aid.

Arguments

colors

  • The colors argument, which is required, is an array of strings that contains all the colors, represented as hexadecimal values in the form #RRGGBB. The array must contain 16 colors.

Returns

Nothing.

Example

The following example makes sure there are no more than 16 colors specified as div background colors and, if so, sets the colors used as background colors to shades of gray:

 var currentDOM = dw.getDocumentDOM(); 
var divColors = currentDOM.getDivBackgroundColors("divs"); 
var shadesOfGray = new Array["#000000", "#111111", "#222222", "#333333",¬ 
    "#444444", "#555555", "#666666", "#777777", "#888888", "#999999", ¬ 
    "#AAAAAA", "#BBBBBB", "#CCCCCC", "#DDDDDD", "#EEEEEE", "#FFFFFF"]¬ 
var howManyColors = divColors.length; 
if howManyColors <= 16{ 
    for (var i = 0; i < howManyColors; i++) 
        { 
            currentDOM.setDivBackgroundColors("divs", shadeOfGray[i]); 
        }

dreamweaver.getSelectedStyleIsDisabled()

Availability

Dreamweaver CS5.

Description

This function gets the state of the selected style whether or not the selected CSS declaration is disabled.

The Disable/Enable CSS Property feature lets you comment out portions of CSS from the CSS Styles panel, without having to make changes directly in the code. When you comment out portions of the CSS, you can see what kinds of effects particular properties and values have on your page. When you disable a CSS property, Dreamweaver adds CSS comment tags and a [disabled] label to the CSS property you’ve disabled.

For more information, see Disable/Enable CSS.

Arguments

None.

Returns

A Boolean: true if the selected style is disabled.

dreamweaver.setSelectedStyleIsDisabled()

Availability

Dreamweaver CS5.

Description

This function sets the state of the selected style.

Arguments

A Boolean value to enable or disable the selected style. Specify true to disable the selected style.

Returns

None.

dreamweaver.deleteAllDisabled()

Availability

Dreamweaver CS5.

Description

This function deletes all disabled declarations in the selected CSS rule.

Arguments

None.

Returns

None.

dreamweaver.enableAllDisabled()

Availability

Dreamweaver CS5.

Description

This function enables all the disabled declarations in the selected CSS rule.

Arguments

None.

Returns

None.

dreamweaver.canDisableSelectedStyle()

Availability

Dreamweaver CS5.

Description

This function checks the current selection to determine whether the selected style can be disabled.

Arguments

pane. A string that represents the pane. This argument is optional. The possible values are:

  • styleList - All Rules pane in All mode. This is the default value.

  • summary - The Summary pane in the Current mode.

  • cascade - The Rules pane in the Current mode.

  • ruleInspector - The Properties pane in All mode or Current mode.

For more information on the modes of the CSS Styles panel, see CSS Styles panel.

Returns

A Boolean value: true if the selected style can be disabled.

dreamweaver.canDeleteAllDisabled()

Availability

Dreamweaver CS5.

Description

This function checks the current selection in the panel to determine whether the function dreamweaver.deleteAllDisabled() can be performed.

Arguments

pane. A string that represents the pane. This argument is optional. The possible values are same as specified in the dreamweaver.canDisableSelectedStyle() function.

Returns

A Boolean: true if the command is available for use.

dreamweaver.canEnableAllDisabled()

Availability

Dreamweaver CS5.

Description

This function checks the current selection in the panel to determine whether the funct ion dreamweaver.enableAllDisabled() can be performed.

Arguments

pane. A string that represents the pane. This argument is optional. The possible values are same as specified in the dreamweaver.canDisableSelectedStyle() function.

Returns

A Boolean: true if the command is available for use.

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