A "what you see is what you get" editor with code and design viewing options. Dreamweaver is used in web design and application development.

Password Protecting with htaccess

posted by Ishmael Sanchez on Nov 07, 2009

You might not always have access to cPanel or Plesk to create a protected directory. Although if you do have access to the administration panel creating a protected directory is fairly straightforward, and this article might not be of much use to you. What if you don't have access, but need to create one?

Dreamweaver tips and shortcuts

posted by Ishmael Sanchez on Sep 08, 2009

In my "Using Dreamweaver" post I discussed the pros and cons of using Dreamweaver. Personally, I like using Dreamweaver specially in the split view display because I can quickly add and modify code.

Dynamic Year Display Using PHP

posted by Ishmael Sanchez on Jun 17, 2009

Updating things like a footer or copyright statement seem trivial, but if you have a Dreamweaver site, this could mean updating hundreds or thousands of files. If you created the site correctly, all you have to do is edit one library file to update the text. However, you will still have to FTP the files and ensure nothing gets overwritten in the process.

Using Dreamweaver

posted by Ishmael Sanchez on May 23, 2009

I recently read a blog post discussing the merits of using Dreamweaver for development. Points of view ranged from code purists denouncing Dreamweaver for producing bloated code and a lack of real coding knowledge to Dreamweaver loyalists defending the HTML editor. I see both points of view, and here are my two cents.

Ishmael Sanchez