The Model view presents the structure of the currently edited element, as well as
additional element documentation.
Schemas have been annotated for XSLT stylesheets, XML Schemas, DocBook, Formatting
Objects, and others, so that you can immediately benefit from the additional
information about the elements. If you are learning XSLT, or you are not sure about
the meaning of an element or attribute, you can simply select it and read the
The Model view is a useful tool for providing you with insightful information
about the current node and the structure of the edited document.
The information displayed includes the name, model, and attributes of the
currently edited XML element. The available attributes are shown, along with any
restrictions they might possess.
The pane at the bottom of the Model view shows useful annotations for the
currently selected element. This support has been extended to documents that include
DTDs. If an element declaration includes comments, they are shown in the Model view.
The annotation information is also displayed as a tooltip when moving the mouse
pointer over an element in the editor panel.
The Elements view shows the XML elements, defined by the
schema, that can be inserted at the current position within the document.
You can insert an element by simply clicking on it.
When editing in the Author visual editing
mode, you can add elements before or after the element where the cursor is located.
The Entities view shows all the defined XML entities that are
available for your document. You can insert an entity at the current position by
clicking on its name and the resulting output displays the entity that is shown in the
CSS Inspector View
The purpose of the CSS Inspector view is to display information about the styles
applied to the currently selected element in the Author mode. You can
use this view to examine the CSS rules that match the element. The matching rules
displayed in this view also include a link that opens the associated CSS file at the
line number where the properties of the rule are defined for editing purposes.