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DreamWeaver WordPress TAGStention (8 posts)

  1. sabmann
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Hi guys I'm working on an extension for Dreamweaver that inserts template tags into theme files. It'll be ready in two weeks I think...
    Features in v0.2:
    - Wizards for tags with parameters.
    - Help button redirects to codex
    - Support for 90% of the tags.
    - Insert basic loops (wizard)
    - Insert headers (wizard)

    In the future I'll add support for all the tags and I'll make it possible for other developers to extend the TAGStention... Handy for people who want support for their own plugins or something.

    Can you guys tell me if I missed something? And tell me if you think it's useful...

    Read more + screenshots at solutoire.com..

  2. sabmann
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    It is finished, visit http://solutoire.com/?p=32

  3. cam_oai
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    nice :) but what is the script that make the bakground fade out when people clicked on the image? tell me :p

  4. sabmann
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Thanks:)

    It's the lightbox plugin from m3nt0r.de

    http://www.m3nt0r.de/blog/lightbox-wordpress-plugin/

  5. cam_oai
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    thanks mate :) gonna try it. hey did you see that site's links ( http://www.m3nt0r.de/blog/lightbox-wordpress-plugin/ )? when you move the mouse over, the hover thing :). that's cool too hehe

    cheers

  6. sabmann
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    lol, I used that plugin too for a while, m3nt0r's a great guy he has sick plugins:)

  7. sabmann
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    The extension supports dreamweaver 8 and mx2004... I'm getting a lot of questions about it :/

  8. niziol
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Good job sabmann!!! I love Dreamweaver and WordPress, and now they can co-habitate!

    A little off-topic question though: do you know of any command/extension in dreamweaver that would say high-light the selected tags closing tag? For example, if I highlighted <div id="layer"> it would then highlight the ending tag for that selected one, ie: </div>?

    Thanks,
    Michael.

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