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    SitePoint Guru phantom007's Avatar
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    Question Zend Studio 7.1.1 - Design Mode

    Hi

    I recently installed Zend Studio 7.1.1 on my ubuntu 9.04 machine.

    However, I cannot find the "Design Mode" just like we have in Dreamweaver. All I see the the "Coder Mode" where I can code.

    I am new to Zend Studio so I was wondering if anyone familiar with Zend Studio can help me out?


    Many Thanks

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    Theoretical Physics Student bronze trophy Jake Arkinstall's Avatar
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    Professional websites are rarely developed in WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) editors because of the rubbish code they spew out. You should learn how to write a website in (x)HTML/CSS without the requirement of such an editor.

    Whilst I haven't used Zend studio before, I guess there is no design view. After all, it is a powerful platform from which to program - it shouldn't do the programming for you.
    Jake Arkinstall
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    Sometimes its enough to make that wheel more rounded"-Molona

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    Zend studio can't compare to dreamweaver for the "design more".
    To enable it, you need to download some extra pplugins for eclipse.

    But as Jake Arkinstall said, no "professional" website id done in "design more", since it looks like it's done in front page...


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