Keyboard shortcuts are combinations of keys that perform certain tasks when pressed simultaneously. Usually, these tasks require the use of a mouse, such as right-clicking to copy a widget. Learning to use the editor's built in keyboard shortcuts can save you time, and make the process of editing your site much quicker.

When using a Mac, substitute Ctrl with the Command button. For example, to access Preview on a PC, type Ctrl+Alt+P. On Mac, type Command+Alt+P.

In-Editor Shortcuts

The following keyboard shortcuts are available in the editor:

  • Preview. Ctrl+Alt+P

  • Open Dev Mode. Ctrl+Alt+C

  • Open Original Site (if site is imported). Ctrl+O

  • Copy Element . Ctrl+C (while hovering over element).

  • Paste Element:. Ctrl+V (Paste copied element above currently hovered/selected element).

  • Undo. Ctrl+Z

  • Redo. Ctrl+Y

  • Search Anything. Ctrl+K

Text Editor Shortcuts

The following keyboard shortcuts are available when editing text:

  • Bold. Ctrl+B

  • Italicize. Ctrl+I

  • Underline. Ctrl+U

  • Align Text. Ctrl+R, E, L

  • Remove Text Formatting. Ctrl+0

Developer Mode Shortcuts

The following keyboard shortcuts are available in developer mode:

  • Find. Ctrl+F

  • Find and replace. Ctrl+F + Ctrl+F

  • Alt+Space. Enable suggestions while typing

  • Save. Ctrl+S

  • Duplicate selected line. Ctrl+Alt+UP

  • Move Line Up. Alt+Up

  • Go to line #. Ctrl+L

  • Toggle comment. Ctrl+/

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