Join Candyce Mairs for an in-depth discussion in this video Static vs. dynamic requests, part of Dynamic Dreamweaver Websites: Creating and Validating Forms.
Let's take a look at the difference between a static page request and a …dynamic page request. And based on that information I can …explain the type of environment we're going to set up as our testing environment. …I have these out on my website in case you want to look at them again later. …So well start with a static page request and it's a pretty simple process here. …We have a client. Don't you just love this old fashioned …computer with the two floppy drives? Anyway, I keep it up here for old times …sake, anyway, then we have a client computer, with a browser located inside …of it. That browser makes a request to a Web …Server, somewhere out on the Internet. This Web Server could even be sitting on …the same machine as the client. So we make an HTTP request, and the …server sends it back. This is a pure HTML environment.…
Web servers don't speak any other language than HTML. …So, it's pretty simple not difficult to set up at all. …What do we need to add if we're going to work in the dynamic environment. …
- Installing XAMPP on a Windows system
- Installing MAMP on a Mac system
- Using admin consoles
- Creating PHP pages
- Commenting code
- Working with web forms
- Adding custom validation
- Using redirects
- Dealing with email issues
Skill Level Intermediate
Layouts with CSS in Dreamweaverwith Joseph Lowery3h 33m Intermediate
Web Form Design Best Practiceswith Luke Wroblewski3h 46m Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started
2. Setting Up the Dynamic Website Environment
3. Introducing Dreamweaver
4. Working with PHP
5. Working with Web Forms
6. Using Form Validation
7. Creating the Action Page
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