Expression Web 4 provides eleven toolbars on the View > Toolbars menu, organized around particular activities, such as editing in Code view, and working with styles or tables. The default toolbars are sensible unless you regularly use only a few buttons from each toolbar; in that case, the default toolbars may clutter and waste valuable space in the application, especially when your favorite buttons are on three or more different toolbars. To the rescue: the free Custom Toolbars add-in for Expression Web 4 lets you create one or more toolbars to organize your favorite buttons and commands in Expression Web 4.
Your custom toolbar now appears below other toolbars open in Expression Web 4, with all of your favorite buttons at the ready! To show or hide your toolbar, select the toolbar’s name from the View > Toolbars menu.
Expression Web team
This week we bring two more browsers to our online service Beta.
If you’ve already signed up for the online service you will receive notification of these new browsers the next time you launch SuperPreview. You can then choose them from the browser selection screen and begin previewing your sites with the new browsers.
If you haven’t signed up yet, you can do it right inside SuperPreview. Just click the Sign up button on the toolbar.
Access to the SuperPreview online service Beta is available to users who’ve purchased or upgraded to Expression Web 4. If you still haven’t upgraded from Expression Web 3, version 4 is a free upgrade with many improvements.
Alex MoskwaProgram ManagerExpression SuperPreview Team