Keyboard shortcuts are a useful way to speed up your workflow. Once you get used to them they become second nature. One of the many improvements in Pinegrow 3 is the increase in number of keyboard shortcuts you can use. Try using them in your next project and you will wonder how you ever got by without them before.

Have you found any other Pinegrow 3 keyboard Shortcuts not listed? Add them in the comments box and we will add them to the list.

Pinegrow 3 Keyboard Shortcuts Windows

  1. Add Class to Element – CTRL + L
  2. Append code to the current ELEMENT being viewed – CTRL + +
  3. Copy – CTRL – C
  4. Delete – CTRL + X
  5. Duplicate Element – D
  6. Edit Code (element) – C
  7. Edit Code  (Whole Page– CTRL + E
  8. Edit Element Code – CTRL + H
  9. Open File –  CTRL + O
  10. Paste – CTRL + P
  11. Preview in Browser – CTRL + B
  12. Quick Update (open pages only)  – CTRL + U
  13. Redo – CTRL + Shift + Z
  14. Refresh – CTRL + R
  15. Repeat Action – Any Number key combination eg 11
  16. Save – CTRL + S
  17. Save As – CTRL + Shift + S
  18. Undo – CTRL + Z
  19. Update Whole Project – CTRL + Shift + U
  20. WordPress PHP code Preview – CTRL + P

Pinegrow 3 Keyboard Shortcuts MAC

  1. Add Class to Element – CMD + L
  2. Append code to the current ELEMENT being viewed – CMD + +
  3. Copy – CMD – C
  4. Delete – CMD + X
  5. Duplicate Element – D
  6. Edit Code (element) – C
  7. Edit Code  (Whole Page) – CMD + E
  8. Edit Element Code – CMD + H
  9. Open File –  CMD + O
  10. Paste – CMD + P
  11. Preview in Browser – CMD + B
  12. Quick Update (open pages only)  – CMD + U
  13. Redo – CMD + Shift + Z
  14. Refresh – CMD + R
  15. Repeat Action – Any Number key combination eg 11
  16. Save – CMD + S
  17. Save As – CMD + Shift + S
  18. Undo – CMD + Z
  19. Update Whole Project – CMD + Shift + U
  20. WordPress PHP code Preview – CMD + P

Comments

  1. Ian Bullfrog

    I just found another one on the Mac,
    CMD + ‘+’

    yep thats CMD plus +.
    In Version 3, Element Code view ( tab at top)

    It appends code to the current ELEMENT being viewed.

    • Ben Hanna

      Nice Ian, I added it at number 2 as Add selected element as component using O no longer works in the current version