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How do I edit .php - need a wysiwyg editor


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Is there such a thing, I'm an "Active Sever Pages" webmaster (sort of) and have never used .php, I jst wanted to play-about with my layouts,

 

is this whole shop running on ".ccs" style sheets?

I cant find any .html files or master include files to play-with and can I edit in wysiwyg editor?

 

this shop is included in my hosting package, hence I have no local copy installed on my workstation - so I just thought I would ask before I go pulling files apart on my host-server. lol

 

Cheers MaxiD :roll:

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Is there such a thing, I'm an "Active Sever Pages" webmaster (sort of) and have never used .php, I jst wanted to play-about with my layouts,

 

We all wish for such thing..unfortunately you will have to learn it.

 

is this whole shop running on ".ccs" style sheets?

 

Yes

 

I cant find any .html files or master include files to play-with and can I edit in wysiwyg editor?

 

The only thing you can edit in html wysiwyg editor, is the product desc.

 

Cheers,

this shop is included in my hosting package, hence I have no local copy installed on my workstation - so I just thought I would ask before I go pulling files apart on my host-server.

 

It's much easier if you install it yourself and learn how it works.

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Thats what I thought,

No problem I have found some little - html files to play with in the header, footer, and main default.php,

 

excellent thank you very much for your advice, I have just "themed" my shop to fit my website in a matter of minutes, I got the idea now.

 

Cheers

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Virtually every page has HTML.

 

Just go in and mess with them all while your testing.

 

There is tons of stuff to play with in there.

It is a veritable HTML feat!! :wink:

 

CC.

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SCNR ;-)

 

Once upon a time HTML was invented.

 

Some time later people wanted a leaky abstraction and invented "WYSIWIG" for a language (HTML) which is not a layout language at all.

 

Nowadays those that know what HTML is are getting the chicks and those that still think that WYSIWIG and HTML is a valid combination are getting more and more frustrated ;-)

 

Real men and women can see the result from looking at the HTML without any browser at all ;-)

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Real men and women can see the result from looking at the HTML without any browser at all ;-)

 

<html>

  <body bgcolor="#ffffff">

    <table border="1" width="80%" align="center">

     <tr>

     <td>

       <font face="Verdana,tahoma,arial" size="3" color="#ff0000">

        <?php echo 'That goes for php as well...!'; ?> 

       </font> 

     </td>

     </tr>

    </table>

  </body>

</html>

 

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