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PHP Help

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Dreamweaver CS3 and CS4/ Windows. 

This extension installs the PHP Manual in CHM format with two options to use it:

 

The first one is a button installed in the "PHP" tab within the insertbar.

 The second option is right-click your mouse button. In the contextual menu you will find:"PHP Function Reference...". Select it and the help will be opened.

 

 

In both cases, if you have previously selected a function name, the page where that function is explained will automatically be  opened.

 

If your selection is not a function name, a prompt message will you inform about it and will ask if you still want to open the PHP Manual

 

Thanks to French site FlashXpress, there's also a tutorial about how this extension works in French


Current version 7.1.0 (updated April 21, 2009):

  • Support for PHP 5 new Functions and fixed bug affecting location at 'Commands' Menu
  • Bug Fixed: The icon is shown again in the insertbar (thanks to Mark Banks for noticing it)
  • New Feature: The command to install/Upgrade the chm file is launched automatically if there's no help file available (for example, the first time you run the extension).
  • Version 7.0.0 is Windows Vista compatible: It will install the required files outside DW's install path and will use the user Configuration folder instead (avoiding restrictions to install/update the chm files)
  • Version 7.1.0 fixes the hh.exe problem. However, you won't be able to upgrade the chm file included with the extension
Version Compatibilities
Dreamweaver MX PHP Help 5.0.2 (Discontinued due to issues with current chm files from php.net)
Dreamweaver MX 2004
Dreamweaver 8
Dreamweaver CS3 / CS4 PHP Help 7.1.0 (Download, 6MB)

(Notice: You will have to remove previous version if you are upgrading).

 

Version 7.1.0 has the chm file included, please read the post in my blog explaining the reasons for this.

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