Project Management

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    Brianran, 22nd Oct 2013 7:18 am

    i seem to have got my projects in a bit of a mess,
    How do I delete a whole project and restart it.
    Can you give a brief explanation of local, virtual, network etc.
    I have deleted files in main directory but when I refresh project files it does not reflect changes.
    Brianran

    • HTML-Kit Support, 22nd Oct 2013 8:13 am

      On 10/22/2013 7:18 AM, Brianran wrote:

      i seem to have got my projects in a bit of a mess,
      How do I delete a whole project and restart it.
      Can you give a brief explanation of local, virtual, network etc.
      I have deleted files in main directory but when I refresh project
      files it does not reflect changes.
      Brianran

      Hi Brianran,

      If you're wanting to delete a whole project you can do that by going to
      "File > Projects > Edit/manage projects" from the main menu. It'll
      prompt you to close any open project windows and then take you to the
      project manager.

      Local folders are directories on the local computer. Network folders
      supports //my-other-pc/sites/ type paths to access computers on the LAN
      (typically homegroup or workgroup).

      Virtual folders are folders that only exist in HTML-Kit project windows.
      When you add non-virtual folders you have to select a specific folder.
      With virtual folders though, you can add files from multiple folders and
      group them in a way that makes sense for the project.

      For example, let's say you have two files related to a project at
      c:\mysite\index.html and c:\users\me\client_requirements.txt Instead of
      adding two local folders for c:\mysite\ and c:\users\me\ you could
      create a single virtual folder and add those two files to it. Reduces
      the number of clicks and also keeps the project window clean.

      Hope this helps.

      Chami

      • Brianran, 22nd Oct 2013 12:38 pm

        Many thanks. I now understand
        However I notice that when I use matching tags using Ctrl+shift+M, I get the area highlighted.
        But there are a number that just highlight the chosen tag and don''t indicate the area or end tag.
        The obvious one which is correct was the wrapper tag at start and ends before footer.
        I found it a very useful check.
        Brianran

        • HTML-Kit Support, 4th Nov 2013 2:41 pm

          On 10/22/2013 12:38 PM, Brianran wrote:

          Many thanks. I now understand
          However I notice that when I use matching tags using Ctrl+shift+M, I get the area highlighted.
          But there are a number that just highlight the chosen tag and don''t indicate the area or end tag.
          The obvious one which is correct was the wrapper tag at start and ends before footer.
          I found it a very useful check.
          Brianran

          Thank you Brianran.

          Just FYI since I said I'd try to do this for 20131020 general release...
          I wasn't able to make "Help > Keyboard shortcuts" printable in time, but
          I'm working on a printable list... possibly as a PDF.

          Chami

    • Guest, 25th Dec 2013 7:52 pm

    • Guest, 25th Dec 2013 7:52 pm

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