Use the Site-Specific Code Hints feature Dreamweaver and PHP


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Using the Site-Specific Code Hints feature

In order to show you how to configure site-specific code hinting for a third-party library, I'll work in this folder: 03_managingcode > 04_sitespecific. I will set my site root to point to that folder. I have already installed the Zend Framework, a third-party PHP library and configure it so that it will work with PHP. I am going to configure Dreamweaver so that as I code my PHP in the editor, I will get code hints - that is, a list of available methods and properties of different classes in the library.

I will go to the menu and select Site > Site-Specific Code Hints. The Structure list shows you that Dreamweaver is preconfigured with code hinting for three commonly used libraries: Drupal, Joomla!, and WordPress. I am going to be configuring a new library, so I will leave the structure setting at New from Blank. Then I will click the Browse button, and I will navigate to the location of my Zend framework installation. I am working on Windows, so I will go to C:\phpincludes; you sho...

Using the Site-Specific Code Hints feature
Video duration: 3m 43s 4h 55m Intermediate Updated Jun 12, 2012

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Using the Site-Specific Code Hints feature provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Gassner as part of the Dreamweaver with PHP and MySQL

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