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I have tested this with Dreamweaver CS6, Dreamweaver CC, Dreamweaver CC 2014 and it works fine.
NOTE: Doesn’t work in Dreamweaver CC 2017. It sadly has been completely removed by Adobe.
Files with the extension (tpl) by default aren’t recognised by Dreamweaver. Plus when they do get opened in Dreamweaver they don’t use the php code colouring even though they are just the same as a php file with a different extension.
So in order to do this you will need to edit some files on your Mac OS X or Windows, also make sure to quit Dreamweaver.
Recently tested out a themes compatibility in WordPress and noticed a warning saying .DS_Store files exists on the remove server, but I couldn’t see them in Dreamweaver. Here is a simple solution.
The use of Responsive CSS has become more popular over the last few years due to the demand and popularity of mobile devices. It allows you to design a website which will change scale and layout depending on a users device (Computer, Mobile and Pad). There are other ways of doing this such as PHP to detect the device (User Agent) and redirect to a different url or load a different devices specific CSS file. The problem with the latter has got more and more complicated with the amount of devices on the market.
So here is a simple little snippet of CSS code to get you started…
I recently updated some CSV files in Excel (on my mac) then tried to import the CSV files into WordPress eshop, but I kept getting back error messages. Plus I also had the same issue with a different CSV file in Magento.
I presumed that when saving the file using the Mac version of Excel, it was changing something in the CSV file format which was causing the error. Anyway I found a very easy solution!
Here is a list of keyboard shortcuts for using in Dreamweaver.