Nov 20, 2009
I'm trying to put together a small subscription-type website. It will have one main database-type program. Nothing very elaborate. For the content pages, I'm using HTML and CSS, of course. For the program, I expect to use PHP and MySQL. I'm teaching myself the latter -- as you might expect, I have my good days and my bad days. I've been looking at editors and have researched them to the point of overload. Still, I expect that one could help me quite a lot. One of the features I would most like is a live preview of PHP pages. But is that a realistic expectation? I'm just not in a position right now to purchase anything like Dreamweaver.
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I've been looking seriously at Webuilder 2010. Two questions, I guess: 1: Does anyone know of any reason why Webuilder 2010 would be a bad idea? (I'll use the trial version first, of course. 2 Would I need to install a web server on my computer in order to have a preview of PHP pages? I really don't want to do that, I don't think. How much of a hassle would it be, though? to what extent would I really need it?