The View menu controls the appearance of the document window. A checkmark in the menu lets you know which view you're in:
Zoom In. Zooms in on the document in 50% increments. For example, if you're looking at a document at normal size (100%), selecting this option zooms to 150%; selecting it again zooms to 200%.
Zoom Out. Zooms out from the document in 50% increments.
Magnification. Lets you choose from a list of magnification levels from the absurdly small and illegible 6% all the way to a ridiculously large, land-of-the-giant-pixels 6400%.
Fit Selection, Fit All, Fit Width. Additional magnification options that either zoom in or zoom out depending of the size of the document or selected element.
Code. Displays the file's source code.
Design. Displays the file's visual design.
Code and Design. Splits the document window into two panes: source code on top, visual design at the bottom. You can adjust how much of each pane is visible by dragging the center divider up or down.
Switch Views. Switches between the Code and Design views.
Refresh Design View. Updates the Design view to reflect changes you've made directly to the source code in either Code view or split (Code and Design) view.
Head Content. Opens a new menu bar in the main document window that contains shortcuts to accessing the file's Head contents. You can use these menu items to highlight your document's Title tags, meta tags, and scripts, and then edit their content in the Property inspector.
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