Modify Code and Design View Settings in Microsoft Expression Web

Microsoft Expression Web has default display settings for its views; viz. Code view and Design view. Code view settings include colors and font style for the entire markup. Similarly it has specific color settings for the entire page layout in its Design view. But you can change these default settings. Go to Tools > Page Editor Options. Select the Color Coding tab. See image below:


Now switch between the radio buttons for Code view settings and Design view settings and change the color and font style for various items displayed under the drop down ‘Display items:’. A preview is also available at the bottom of the window. Click on OK to save your settings.

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