Join Candyce Mairs for an in-depth discussion in this video Using include files, part of Dreamweaver: Creating and Validating Forms.
We are going to look at a concept called Includes and every server side language …has a way to include files. So what we're going to do is build that …concept from scratch in a quick example to show you what an Include is. …So let's create a new PHP page. I can do that by clicking Create New, …right here. What we're going to do is save this file, …this is going to be saved as header.PHP. So just the word header.…
Now ultimately what we want to do is use this page as an Include. …So, I am going to delete all of the HTML code on this page. …So just select all of the code and delete it. …So we are going to insert an image onto this page to pull in as our header. …So I'm going to go up to the insert bar, Choose Image, and we don't have too many …in here to choose from, so it's pretty obvious which one we want. …We'll include our header image from our images folder.…
And in the Alt text, I'm just going to say header image. …I'll make it short and sweet for now. 'Cuz we're actually not going to be using …
- 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
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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