PHP code into freeway?

How do you insert PHP code into a freeway template?

I like to open up the backend and just manually add what I need


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I solved this.


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Hopefully by finding the Page / HTML Markup dialog and the Insert / Markup Item menu option.

Walter

On Dec 4, 2011, at 9:36 PM, Shane wrote:

I solved this.


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I realized that this is only about 20% of my problem.

I got a good test bed idea of how to make freeway spit out wordpress themes.

If I can get the pages to save as .php and maybe just 1 or 2 CSS files spitted out. I think I got a perfect method for this.


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In away…

I really wish freeway just had a single code editor like dream weaver.

I like freeway because you can make things beautiful very easily for a static page. When I want to do CMS design and editing, I just been using Coda because its easier.


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The thing is, Freeway isn’t a code editor at all. It’s a code generator. When you’re looking at the design view in Freeway, moving things here and there, there isn’t a single bit of HTML being used to draw that view or represent the hierarchy of that page. None. When you invoke the Publish command, the algorithms that convert Freeway’s object model to HTML (at whatever HTML DOCTYPE you’ve currently selected) kick in, and literally “dumb down” the Freeway document to HTML. Up until that moment, there hasn’t been any HTML, which is why you could change DOCTYPE and everything still works.

Walter

On Dec 6, 2011, at 4:09 PM, Shane wrote:

In away…

I really wish freeway just had a single code editor like dream weaver.

I like freeway because you can make things beautiful very easily for a static page. When I want to do CMS design and editing, I just been using Coda because its easier.


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In the Document Setup dialog, move to the Output tab and check the box for Use external stylesheets.

With nothing else on the page selected, look in the first tab of the Inspector and find the File field. Change the filename there to whatever.php. That change will stick, and that filename will never change again.

Walter

On Dec 6, 2011, at 3:55 PM, Shane wrote:

I realized that this is only about 20% of my problem.

I got a good test bed idea of how to make freeway spit out wordpress themes.

If I can get the pages to save as .php and maybe just 1 or 2 CSS files spitted out. I think I got a perfect method for this.


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