3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 21, 2009 6:26 PM by sosensible

    Looking for DreamWeaver newbe users...

    sosensible

      I am going to do a online meeting with a few DreamWeaver guys to build a list of "tips" for DW guys who are moving to CFBuilder. If you have tips you would like to throw in please throw them in this thread.

        • 1. Re: Looking for DreamWeaver newbe users...
          sosensible Level 1

          Here are some topics of interst based on posts in this forum.

          • How to change views
          • Speeding up code hinting (or slow if you prefer)
          • Setting up a new site
          • FTP vs DreamWeaver FTP
          • How to register a server
          • Using different versions of CF
          • Code Color (changing to custom or match DW style)
          • Keyboard shortcuts
          • Can we sync like DW?
          • Searching folders
          • Page Templates (can we)
          • Toggle Word Wrap
          • Database (Query Tools)
          • HTML (CSS, etc.) support

           

          Please share other areas of interst to you. Here are some that I will add in that were not there that it seems like people would like information about.

          • CFB "Extensions" (vs) DW "Extensions"
          • CFB snippets (vs) DW snippets
          • Using DW side by side with CFB (Who is doing this and why and when?)
          • CFB (vs) DW Debugging
          • CFB (vs) DW Source Control

           

          Again, please contribute.

          • 2. Re: Looking for DreamWeaver newbe users...
            Jose Galdamez Level 1

            It may be worth glossing over how to customize fonts and colors, especially how to increase/decrease the font size for live presentations.

            • 3. Re: Looking for DreamWeaver newbe users...
              sosensible Level 1

              Might be nice to show how to set up and/or change configuration features also. In other words how do we change when right clicking on a file folder different options that come up. These are things I tend to do regular.