The Text mode of the XML editor provides the following document
Document > Schema > Show Definition (also available on the contextual menu of the editor
panel) - Moves the cursor to the definition of the current element or attribute in
the schema (DTD, XML Schema, Relax NG schema) associated with the edited XML document. In
case the current attribute is "type" belonging to the "http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" namespace, the cursor
is moved in the XML schema, to the definition of the type referred in the value of the
Note: Alternatively you can use any of the following shortcuts:
Ctrl (Meta on Mac OS) + Shift +
ENTER on your
Ctrl (Meta on Mac OS) +
element or attribute name.
Document > XML Document > Copy XPath (Ctrl (Meta on Mac
OS)+Alt+.) - Copies the XPath expression of the current element or attribute from the
current editor to the clipboard.
Document > XML Document > Go To > Go to Matching Tag (Ctrl (Meta on Mac
OS)+Shift+G) - Moves the cursor to the end tag that matches the start tag, or vice versa.
Document > XML Document > Go to > Go after Next Tag (Ctrl (Meta on Mac OS)+]) - Moves the cursor to the end of the next tag.
Document > XML Document > Go to > Go after Previous Tag (Ctrl (Meta on Mac
OS)+[) - Moves the cursor to the end of the previous tag.
Document > XML Document > Associate XSLT/CSS Stylesheet
- Inserts an xml-stylesheet processing
instruction at the beginning of the document referencing either an XSLT or a CSS
file depending on the user selection. Either reference is useful for rendering
the document in a Web browser when the action Open in
browser is executed. Referencing the XSLT file is also useful
for automatic detection of the XSLT stylesheet when there is no scenario
associated with the current document.
When associating the CSS stylesheet, the user can also specify a title for it if
it is an alternate one. Setting a Title for the CSS makes it the author's
preferred stylesheet. Selecting the Alternate checkbox
makes the CSS an alternate stylesheet.