Enabling site-specific code hinting


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Enabling site-specific code hinting

As noted throughout the course, WordPress is at its heart a PHP application. More importantly, it is a highly evolved PHP application with hundreds of its own functions and methods built-in. Dreamweaver includes a feature that can open the door to this WordPress specific code to make it very straightforward to apply. Let me show you how to put it to work. So I have opened the index.php file from my basic WordPress set of files, and I've discovered all of the dynamically-related files shown here in Split view.

Let's say that I want to add a bit of PHP code to my sidebar.php file. First, I'll use the Custom Filter to isolate that file. So I'll go over, click on the Filter icon, choose Custom Filter and then in the field in the Custom Filter dialog box enter sidebar.php, click OK, and there's my sidebar.php file. Let me go ahead and switch over to Code view.

So I'm just going to place my cursor above the div that you see here, and I'll start to enter in some code. I'll s...

Enabling site-specific code hinting
Video duration: 4m 37s 5h 44m Intermediate Updated Oct 23, 2012

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Enabling site-specific code hinting 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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