JavaScript tutorial:


Shortcuts have the ability to greatly increase your editing speed. For example, to open the Find & Replace dialog, it is much faster to press Ctrl+ H than to select Edit / Replace from the menu.

For best results, we suggest that you follow this progression:

1. First, use menus to become familiar with how the program works.
2. After that, use the toolbars to invoke commands with a single-click.
3. Finally, print out the map of shortcuts and start using them for maximum speed.

File Shortcut
New Ctrl +N
New from template Ctrl+Shift+N
Open Ctrl+O
Save Ctrl+S (Shift+Ctrl+S in Visual Designer)
Close Ctrl+F4
View in Browser Shift+F5
Publish using Quick FTP F10
Print Ctrl+P
Editing Shortcut
Undo Ctrl+Z
Redo Ctrl+Y
Cut Ctrl+X
Copy Ctrl+C
Paste Ctrl+V
Toggle Bookmark Ctrl+F2
Clear All Bookmark Alt+F2
Go To Next Bookmark F2
Go To Previous Bookmark Shift+F2
Select All Ctrl+A
Go to Line Ctrl+G
Change to upper case Shift+Ctrl+U
Change to lower case Shift+Ctrl+L
Find Ctrl+F
Find Next F3
Replace Ctrl+H
Go to matching brace Ctrl+]
View Shortcut
Resource Manager Ctrl+R
Internal Page Viewer F5
View in Browser Shift+F5
Visual Web designer F7
Options Shortcut
Word Wrap Ctrl+Shift+W
Format Shortcut
Bold Ctrl+B
Italic Ctrl+I
Underline Ctrl+U
Insert Shortcut
Code Template Ctrl+T
Manage Code Template Shift+Ctrl+T
Image/Animated GIF Shift+F12
New Line Shift+Enter
New Paragraph Alt+Enter
Non-breaking Space Shift+Ctrl+Space
Build Shortcut
Syntax Check Ctrl+F8
Execute Ctrl+F5
Line Break Shift+Enter
Operators Shortcut
Insert Function F8
Code completion Ctrl+Space
Document Shortcut
Next document Shift+Ctrl+F6
Previous document Ctrl+F6
Go to beginning of document Ctrl+Home
Go to end of document Ctrl+End
Go to next word Ctrl+Right arrow
Go to previous word Ctrl+Left arrow
Go to line Ctrl+G
Go to beginning of line Home
Go to end of line End
Selection Shortcut
Select entire document Ctrl+A
Select to beginning of document Shift+Ctrl+Home
Select to end of document Shift+Ctrl+End
Select next word Shift+Ctrl+Right arrow
Select previous word Shift+Ctrl+Left arrow
Select to beginning of line Shift+Home
Select to end of line Shift+End
Misc Shortcut
Close application Alt+F4
Context-sensitive help F1
AutoScript Shift+Ctrl+A