How to Access Dynamically Related Files in Dreamweaver


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Accessing dynamically related files

One of the key features for working with CMS systems like WordPress is known as dynamically-related files. The related files feature, which was introduced in Dreamweaver CS4, made directly linked files like CSS, JavaScript, and PHP just one click away. Now with dynamically-related files you can access nested PHP files just as easily. For example, let's open up the index.php file from the blog root, and here I am in Design view because we were last working in the Designer workspace, and you'll notice that, as before, the page is blank.

So I'm going to switch over to Split view and then broaden the code window a little bit, and you'll see that this is comprised of a fair number of PHP comments right up front, as well as two other little code snippets. The first one defines a variable as true and the second one requires one file. And you can see up here in the related files toolbar I do have that file included wp-blog-header.php, and if I click to that--let me lower the Properties In...

Accessing dynamically related files
Video duration: 4m 12s 5h 44m Intermediate Updated Oct 23, 2012

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Accessing dynamically related files provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Joseph Lowery as part of the Dreamweaver and WordPress: Core Concepts

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