Filtering files


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Filtering files

In some ways the dynamically-related files feature is too good. Once you've loaded a primary WordPress page into Dreamweaver, like this one picked up from the previous lesson, you'll get links to an overwhelming number of files. The Related Files Filter can help you narrow those down to just the ones you want. So now we have, as I said before, a little over 70 different files. Let me show you how to hone in on just the ones you want. This icon over on the top-right opens up the Filter Related Files dropdown where initially you can see All Files Type.

Now there are three different file types that are included here, CSS, PHP, and XML. This list is populated dynamically depending on what the initial PHP file is related to. Not all will have XML files, for example, so we can disable that XML option if we like, as I deselect the XML option it disappears. Of course the file is not trashed, it's just hidden from view, and you can narrow the displayed files even further.

You of course have acce...

Filtering files
Video duration: 4m 20s 5h 44m Intermediate Updated Oct 23, 2012

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Filtering 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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