How to create a Drop Down Navigation menu using CSS only. (Almost responsive, but not quite. More coming.)
The final lesson for Quick Coding with Brackets.
Extend the behavior of Brackets with Extensions. Here are just a few that I use.
You can set up your own keyboard shortcuts with @brackets version 1.0.
I demonstrate how in this video.
Add a .brackets.json file in your projects to set up unique preferences like linting rules and more.
There are many ways to get around your files and projects in Brackets.
See them all in this video.
Multiple cursors when editing your code is the best invention ever!
See how they work in Brackets:
Find and Replace Exclusion sets help you search more efficiently across many files.
Find & Replace code in Brackets:
Moving code left or right or up and down is easy in Brackets.
The Live Preview Highlight option in Brackets helps you see your layout while writing code.
Use Ctrl/Cmd+E when on a color in your CSS file to bring up the Color Picker in @Brackets.
Brackets Quick Edit feature is even faster when you learn a few simple shortcuts.
Quick Edit is one of the features that makes Brackets special.
Selecting Text with the Keyboard instead of the Mouse can help you edit code faster.