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Question I have... Why would my iPage email address not get received from Verizon email accounts? Many thanks for any response. Another quick question... I opened a index.php file in DW and I still got the usual gibberish. I though I could do wyswyg editing in DW. I must say I have spent a total of 5 minutes using DW...

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That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I discover an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably know..

Comment #1

I agree. I use Dreamweaver for all my sites and I consider it a bible of all the editors out there. BUT, like they said PHP isn't wysiwyg. I tried the same and after 1 min realized you can't do it and started to look over the code to try and make changes..

If you know a little html and know where to put other scripts like javascript then it is the best program. I would highly suggest taking some Dreamweaver classes at your local community college or online to understand it better. I already am planning on PHP classes so I don't feel so dumb in here..

Comment #2

This begs the question. Is there a wysiwyg editor for PHP?..

Comment #3

For those on Mac OS X, I did find TumultHyperEdit. It does render edits instantly which is nice. It does not, so far as I know, generate code from English text which is what I am looking for...

Comment #4

PHP is a scripting language, not a markup language, so it can't really be edited with a WYSIWYG editor as PHP isn't code that is interpreted by a browser, it gets processed by the web server and outputs markup (usually html) that can be interpreted by a browser. (among many other things you can do with it!).

I use the DzSoft PHP editor, and it's pretty good..

Http://www.dzsoft.com.

Although not WYSIWYG, it does have a run & preview mode so you can edit your PHP script, then click the run & preview tab and see your results right in the editor..

To do this you will need to have MySQL running on your machine as it still has to be able to access your osC database for queries (i don't think there's a page in osC where it wouldn't). the editor itself processes the PHP though, no web server needs to be running..

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Fmerrill.

: 01 March 2004, 18:09..

Comment #5

I opened a index.php file in DW and I still got the usual gibberish. I though I could do wyswyg editing in DW. I must say I have spent a total of 5 minutes using DW...

Comment #6

It's only wysiwyg for html...not php.

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Ptrau.

: 01 March 2004, 13:37..

Comment #7


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.