Translated attributes do not require locks, which makes it simple to inspect the tags that contain them.

When a server markup specifies a single attribute that is represented in a Property inspector, Dreamweaver displays it in the Property inspector.

The markup appears irrespective of whether a translator is associated with it. The translator runs whenever the user edits the server markup that appears in the Property inspector.

When server markup controls more than one attribute in a tag, the server markup does not appear in the Property inspector. However, the lightning bolt icon shows that translated markup exists for the selected element.

Note:

The lightning bolt icon does not appear when text or table cells, rows, or columns are selected. Translation continues if the user edits server markup in the panel and a translator exists to handle that type of markup.

The text boxes in the Property inspector are editable; users can enter values for attributes that server markup controls. It results in duplicate attributes. If both a translated value and a regular value are set for a particular attribute, Dreamweaver displays the translated value in the Document window, decides whether your translator searches for duplicate attributes and removes them.

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