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CSS CSS Layout Techniques Display Modes Block vs. Inline Elements

Everett Sena
Everett Sena
1,815 Points

What is the wrap shortcut for Workspaces with windows 8? Ctrl+W closes the window.

I also tried ctrl+alt+w

3 Answers

Andrew McCormick
Andrew McCormick
17,730 Points

i don't think there is one. You'll noticed that if you open the file menu, there is no shortcut for close or close all

Stephen Bolton
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Stephen Bolton
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 7,933 Points

Maybe this will help someone out in the world. I am using Brackets on mac. With the emmet plugin you can select text and press Shift + Command + A and then a text box pops up that you can type the tag you want to wrap it in. Works like a charm!

Eddie Bello
Eddie Bello
3,020 Points

ctrl + alt + w worked for me while using sublime text to follow along.