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OSC with dreamweaver.

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Hi all,

 

I'm new in this oscommerce world and i was wondering... is there any way to set osc as a dreamweaver project or site and manage everything from there?

 

I have a local installation of osc rc2(last version i guess) and created a site in dreamweaver cs3 but when i open index.php for example it only shows me the background color and empty tables. Can you help with this guys if possible.

 

Sorry if i'm asking something already covered in a previous post but i couldn't find it. If there is a post already just post the link here and i will be happy to check it.

 

Thanks. :lol:

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Hi all,

 

I'm new in this oscommerce world and i was wondering... is there any way to set osc as a dreamweaver project or site and manage everything from there?

 

I have a local installation of osc rc2(last version i guess) and created a site in dreamweaver cs3 but when i open index.php for example it only shows me the background color and empty tables. Can you help with this guys if possible.

 

Sorry if i'm asking something already covered in a previous post but i couldn't find it. If there is a post already just post the link here and i will be happy to check it.

 

Thanks. :lol:

Dreamweaver is good for htm pages, not for php pages.

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What do you recommend for php pages editor ?

 

:thumbsup: To do what you are wanting you would need to install the Simple Template System (see the STSv4.5.8 link in my signature below).

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:thumbsup: To do what you are wanting you would need to install the Simple Template System (see the STSv4.5.8 link in my signature below).

 

Thanks bkellum i will try that. :lol:

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What do you recommend for php pages editor ?

Any text editor that gives line numbers, eg conTEXT, ultraedit.

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Any text editor that gives line numbers, eg conTEXT, ultraedit.

To add to Coopco's list....PHP Designer 2007 is a good one as well.

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i use sokkit and it allows me to edit php live and locally.

 

i just checked and it's discontinued, but keep an eye out for it or something similar (apache and php on a local machine). i can edit my sites locally on my laptop, database and all - and upload when ready.

 

pretty sweet.

 

Jay

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