Employing Live Code


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Employing Live Code

Once you start working with dynamic applications like WordPress, you quickly realize that the HTML in your source code is only the starting point for what the user sees. Dreamweaver's Live Code feature allows you to explore the server processed code so that you can debug your pages with the final output. To illustrate this, let's take a look at our index.php file one more time. So, here we are in Live view, and let me switch to Split view here so that we can see both the code and the page itself.

The Design side over on the right renders fine, but Code view doesn't really change when we go into Split view, as it's just as minimal as it was before. However, if I go into Live Code--which you see up here listed just to the right of Live view--I'll get the entire page from the DOCTYPE declaration, which I'll scroll to all the way up top, all the way down to the closing HTML tag here at the bottom. Now, let me go ahead and go into Full Code view, so we can explore this a little ...

Employing Live Code
Video duration: 2m 54s 5h 44m Intermediate Updated Oct 23, 2012

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Employing Live Code 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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Web
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Dreamweaver WordPress
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