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Form editor for PHP GTK a la MS Visual Basic Editor?

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I have (finally) gotten php-gtk working in Redhat Linux 9 with the
instructions at: www.agata.org.br/us/install_pre.php
Now I would like to know if some good tools (freeware or otherwise)
exist to let me graphically create and edit forms (ie. with buttons,
textboxes..etc), in a similar way that can be done in Microsoft Visual
Basic editor.

Thank you!

Jack
Jul 17 '05 #1
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jack turer wrote:
I have (finally) gotten php-gtk working in Redhat Linux 9 with the
instructions at: www.agata.org.br/us/install_pre.php
Now I would like to know if some good tools (freeware or otherwise)
exist to let me graphically create and edit forms (ie. with buttons,
textboxes..etc), in a similar way that can be done in Microsoft
Visual Basic editor.

Thank you!

Jack


Hi,
You could try using some kind of WYSIWYG HTML editor (like
Dreamweaver, although I'm not recommending this particular one), and
design your form as you wish using tables. Then, simply copy and
paste the HTML code into your PHP file.

Chris
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Jul 17 '05 #2

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I think this might be different. GTK is the gimp tool kit API, for
displaying windows on your own screen session (ie. nothing to do with
web browsers, HTML, or anything about the internet). It is more like
the graphical version of curses if anything..

Or maybe I am misunderstanding your suggestion below?

Thank you,
Jack
Hi,
You could try using some kind of WYSIWYG HTML editor (like
Dreamweaver, although I'm not recommending this particular one), and
design your form as you wish using tables. Then, simply copy and
paste the HTML code into your PHP file.

Jul 17 '05 #3

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