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dreamweaver mx and php

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Hello,
I've got a friend who is using Dreamweaver mx for site development. Up
until now he's been serving static content, however his web server has php
support so he wants to add some frills to his pages, a hit counter, some
other adaptations using php scripts. I want to integrate the php scripts
with the old site with as little fuss as possible, and would appreciate any
pointers or experiences people have with this.
Thanks.
Dave.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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"dave" <dm*******@woh.rr.com> wrote...
I want to integrate the php scripts
with the old site with as little fuss as possible, and would appreciate any pointers or experiences people have with this.


As Dreamweaver produces common html, there's nothing to stop you from
inserting your own php code into it. It's got code coloring and hints for
php.

DWMX also allows you to build simple applications (like a quick-and-dirty
web catalogue) out of the box with rudimentary knowledge of php and sql.

Extensions and "server behaviors" for creating common functionality like hit
counters are available for free at
http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/exchange/index.cfm and
http://www.felixone.it

Also check out http://www.macromedia.com/devnet/topics/php.html
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