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Hi,
i was looking for a php editor that can separate the server code from the other code. You know, like in Visual Studio for example, where you have a .aspx with all the html code, and a aspx.vb where all the server code is.

Which editor can do this?

Thanks...
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macek wrote:Hi,

I'm using

PSPAD : http://www.pspad.com/en/
Eclipse PHP: http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/php-ide/
for the Eclipse one, is the correct name Eclipse PDT?
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Yes, PDT is PHP Development Tools
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macek wrote:Hi,

I'm using

PSPAD : http://www.pspad.com/en/
Eclipse PHP: http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/php-ide/
Im using the Eclipse PDT right now. But im unable to find the Design View and the controls to drag to the .php(You controls like textfield, button, etc.).
Can you help me with this?
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Fri May 11, 2012 12:05 am

There is no DESIGN VIEW! You must know HTML if you want to be a web programmer ,..
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Fri May 11, 2012 7:31 am

macek wrote:There is no DESIGN VIEW! You must know HTML if you want to be a web programmer ,..
Oh, i see.
I know html. But i want an editor with a design view in which you can drag controls, so i can make things faster.

Basically im looking for an editor in which you can separate code, and also has a design view.
Do you know an editor that has these two characteristics? please let me know.

Sorry if im being too picky, but im starting in php, and i just want to have a tool which can make the learning process easier.
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Fri May 11, 2012 8:12 am

Just forget about such a stupid dream.

Closest what you could get is 'phpDesigner' which isn't free software.
And it's more like editor powered with intel sense (auto-completion) support for (x)html, php, js, mysql etc.
Also it has template support, so you can include html with a single click, but first you need to create those templates yourself.

Well, there is a developing tool with PHP and GUI creation, but that tool is for creating executable files, not a web pages, so there's no HTML involved.

In web page development it's up to you whether to mix up PHP code with HTML or keep them separated.
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Fri May 11, 2012 2:35 pm

minimihi wrote:Just forget about such a stupid dream.

Closest what you could get is 'phpDesigner' which isn't free software.
And it's more like editor powered with intel sense (auto-completion) support for (x)html, php, js, mysql etc.
Also it has template support, so you can include html with a single click, but first you need to create those templates yourself.

Well, there is a developing tool with PHP and GUI creation, but that tool is for creating executable files, not a web pages, so there's no HTML involved.

In web page development it's up to you whether to mix up PHP code with HTML or keep them separated.
Ok. I will stay with Dreamweaver then. Thanks.
But i think an editor like Visual Studio but for PHP, would do good to PHP.
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minimihi wrote:Just forget about such a stupid dream.

Closest what you could get is 'phpDesigner' which isn't free software.
And it's more like editor powered with intel sense (auto-completion) support for (x)html, php, js, mysql etc.
Also it has template support, so you can include html with a single click, but first you need to create those templates yourself.

Well, there is a developing tool with PHP and GUI creation, but that tool is for creating executable files, not a web pages, so there's no HTML involved.

In web page development it's up to you whether to mix up PHP code with HTML or keep them separated.
What do you recommend? PHP and html together or separated?
Does one method has more pros than the other?
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