Maybe you have never had to deal with a dreamweaver created web page, but it
deposits little javascript code all over the page for decoration.
Apparently the dreamweaver designers pick components like rollover menu
images etc and dreamweaver gladly disperses the javascript code throughout
the document.  Assuming the href's are going to be dynamic to account for
GET variables then the php coder has to dig through the javascript to place
a php element or generate the javascript dynamically, which is apparently
what these designers were trying to avoid.  i.e. they did not want anyone
touching their beautifully created dreamweaver document.


Mark <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
On Tue, 18 Dec 2001 16:00:09 -0800, Fred wrote:
>Mark <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
>well, you don't have to wade through all that html, just put an
>include() in there to a file that has all the php in it. then
>dreamweaver should leave it alone.
>Obviously the logic can be included, but the output functions need
>to be
>burried deep in dreamweaver created nested tables and javascripts.

I'm assuming that javascript is the programmer's responsibility, not
the designer's. Maybe the javascript needs to be dynamically
generated, probably it doesn't. either way it's in a separate file
doesn't get edited in dreamweaver.

I understand that the php will probably have to be in a table and the
designer's will want to be able to change it's appearance, and that's
where css comes in. i.e.:

<table class=php_table_class>
  <tr class=php_tr_class>
    <td class=php_td_class>
      <div class=php_content_class><?echo $dynamic_content?></div>

yes, there's some html in the included file, but the designer's don't
need to have access to it because they can just change how it looks
in the stylesheet.

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