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dieNasty

Is there any php editors where you can just drag and drop?i searched some hours yesterday but all i could find was a html-editor with this option.


Nabb

What do you mean? You need to write your own code for PHP, no editor is going to magically give you what you want.That said, I use notepad. I should really invest in a better text editor (I could increment that notepad, for example).


dieNasty

Look at this IMAGE

you can just drag and drop here.


pedro-kun

Is there any php editors where you can just drag and drop?i searched some hours yesterday but all i could find was a html-editor with this option.

You just don't drag and drop php. PHP is a programming language, not a simple markup language like html. So, if you really want to use PHP, you'll have to code it. just download something like notepad++ and keep http://php.net/ in a tab for quick reference ;)

dieNasty

You just don't drag and drop php. PHP is a programming language, not a simple markup language like html. So, if you really want to use PHP, you'll have to code it. just download something like notepad++ and keep http://php.net/ in a tab for quick reference :)

ah, okey thnx for the help!

 

srry for being a noob


triggerhappy

you can use Macromedia Dreamweaver for designing your page.


xpress

you can use Macromedia Dreamweaver for designing your page.

You can use Dreamweaver for PHP, but just as an editor. No drag and drop features available for PHP. But you have one advantage, when you type php functions or keywords, word suggstions will appear, so you can use them easily and also you can avoid any syntax errors.

 

And its no more Macromedia Dreamweaver, Its Adobe Dreamweaver now :)


SaNJ

Is there any php editors where you can just drag and drop?

i searched some hours yesterday but all i could find was a html-editor with this option.


 

I don't have the idea...exactly what do you want....

 

but if you want ...a PHP editor...try this ....alleycode...this is a HTML cum PHP editor ...this might help you...and may have the facility u r looking for...and I m with all others who said ...in PHP its u who write the code and these editors will not be of any help ....concerning coding.


liod

You can use Notepad++ .Not only PHP, almost all language you can write using this small free tool.
Search at sourceforge.net.


Mordent

Ah, Notepad++, truly one of the greatest text editors around...oh, and the site for it is here to save you folks any hassle in finding it. It's one of the best all round programs out there (unless you're not a Windows user) for general programming, although after taking the plunge and going all Linux-y the other day I'm having to use good old gedit. Either one works like a charm, of course.

As for drag-and-drop PHP, good luck with that. :lol:


Lightning73

Actually I did a search for you on Google and found this page:
http://forums.xisto.com/no_longer_exists/

It's about a new PHP IDE, that uses drag and drop.
Here's the link to the actual product:
https://www.embarcadero.com/products/HTML5-Builder


minimcmonkey

I looked at the image, and there is no way you can do that with PHP. As the source code for PHP is processed by the server, the browser never gets access to the source code, and it therefore cannot be dragged into an editor.Also, just steeling peoples code isn't legal, you should always just look at the code, and make your own version; it works better for you that way anyway, because know you understand the code, and it exactly fits your needs.


dragonfang00

the image you showed is just an HTML editor.. if you want you can download that very same editor.. but all it will give you is a HTML Editor.. Adobe Dreamweaver is the same included is a css.. Dreamweaver also has a php editor.. if you want a free editor, just use notepad++..


Lightning73

Hmm, I was for sure that it was a drag-and-drop PHP IDE. Oh well my bad. I suggest you just create a visual design with something like Dreamweaver first and then write your own PHP in the script that Dreamweaver gives you when you finish up with the design. Or you can always just start designing everything and coding everything in different programs like I do.I use Dreamweaver for the CSS make-up. The design I create with Photoshop and the coding with PHP Designer 2008.All 3 great programs, that do the job for me great.


jmark

Notepad++ is really great. But you can also use Aptana which supports for PHP, Ruby, Rails, Python, iPhone and Adobe AIR.


networker

Using notepad is a really good way to learn a language be it php orJava.You can even write any of the net framework languagesin notepad if you really wanted to.Any of this drag and drop is just visual anyway.In php theres a lotof parsing of html code.


Quatrux

I personally prefer PHP Designer 2008, even though for some time now it's not free as it used to be, but it isn't to expensive to buy it, it really is a good piece of software! It has lots of useful features you can use, the most major for me is that when I define something, a constant, a function, a variable, a class, it lists it while I'm writing my code, something like on Visual Studio with C#, but much better I guess.. Also it has a toolbox which lists all your classes and methods and more if you want in that file! It's now is quite fast and isn't resources hungry like most other IDE, it has real time PHP checking and it is really very configurable..So I guess you should try using it if you're into PHP :)


Baniboy

I don't like visual/wysiwyg editors, no matter what the heck I do, my result will be something bethween ridiculous and pathetic. I like to code all myself, the css, xhtml and the php by hand. And I also recommend them for a beginner, cuz you won't learn much with just drag and dropping, it sounds a little too good to be true. Maybe the nerds come up with a new web programming language where all you do is to talk in the microfone and the editor will wright the code down for ya! Now that would be cool! Either way, I would go with crimson editor, it's simple to use.