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  • WizyWyg
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    Originally posted by Hooper
    I use dreamweaver for everything. Including PHP. It took me a long while to be able to accomplish this though. Between NotePad and Dreamweaver you really don't need anything else. You just need to become proficient at using it. Takes time.
    Yup I use dreamweaver for both (html and php)
    haven't had any problems.

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  • Hooper
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    I use dreamweaver for everything. Including PHP. It took me a long while to be able to accomplish this though. Between NotePad and Dreamweaver you really don't need anything else. You just need to become proficient at using it. Takes time.

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  • Conscience
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    Re: I used to use DW,

    Originally posted by Alphagamer
    But now I use a little proggy called Editplus 2. It's like notepad but you have more option(also syntax highlighting for Php, very handy).

    It takes a little time to get used to typing plain html but I like it a lot more that using DW(it never did what I wanted ).

    Good luck.
    ahh me 2 alpha and I must say its the Best program I have ever used for coding websites no matter what langauge you are working it (cept coldfusion, wouldn't recommend it for that, but no1 uses that lang anyway coz...well...its crap). Yeah but anyway I seriously recommend it

    Edit Plus Homepage

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  • Sinecure
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    Dreamweaver and PHP don't mix. Its like tigers and antelope, they just dont mix..

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  • Alphagamer
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    I used to use DW,

    But now I use a little proggy called Editplus 2. It's like notepad but you have more option(also syntax highlighting for Php, very handy).

    It takes a little time to get used to typing plain html but I like it a lot more that using DW(it never did what I wanted ).

    Good luck.

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  • Stryker
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    Thanks for the tips everyone. I'll get these things to play ball if it kills me

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  • Steve_S
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    A final tip for Dreamweaver:

    Before you press F12 do this:

    Commands >> Apply Source Formatting

    Commands >> Clean Up HTML

    File >> Save or ctrl + s

    THEN F12

    HTH

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  • Nicky
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    Yes, never trust Dreamweaver, also preview in your browser.

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  • Sinecure
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    WYSINAWYG, (What you see is not always what you get). Hit F12 to preview your tables. If you are talking about them aligning them selves up in dreamweaver they most likely won't. Hit f12 and you should see a difference

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  • Stryker
    started a topic Using forms in Dreamweaver

    Using forms in Dreamweaver

    Does anyone know why my forms won't behave themselves in DW? If I put an email submission form into a table the alignment options have no effect on whatever is inside the form tags. Is there any way to avoid this?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks
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