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Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by Nicolasdec, Mar 28, 2007.
Dose anybody use it? is it good? dose it support PHP?
I clicked around their site for a minute, and saw no mention of supporting PHP.
If you're looking for something that definitely supports PHP, you might look into PHPStudio (although it isn't WYSIWYG).
Yup, I also had a look and dident find any thing about PHP. I whould love to have something like dreamweaver but open source. Nvu is good but i need PHP. if any of you know a good site maker please post it.
When you say "sitemaker," do you mean WYSIWYG or a good text editor, by which you could do this by hand?
Both, i like WYSIWYG and html.
If you want to code by hand, I'm going to recommend using TextMate. Yes, it's "expensive" at $60, but it's worth the cost.
And if you want to test PHP before making it 'live,' just install PHP on your local machine and test it there.
I don't know of a product for OS X that has a PHP server built in....come to think of it, I don't know of one for Windows either.
COOL, Thanks for all the help
How would you go about doing this as I am interested in learning more about PHP as I move along? Thanks!
It's been a while since I installed it, but I think the package you can get from here is what you're looking for. Make sure to read around the page first to make sure you know what you're installing, though.
PHP is already installed in OS X. It's just disabled by default. There are many tutorials on the web on how to enable it.