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In this tutorial we will show you how to set up Joomla(2.5 or 3.0 and up) in Dreamweaver CS6 so that you may edit the CSS of your layout while still making good use of Dreamweaver’s great productivity tools. One warning before we proceed though, Whilst working with Joomla in Dreamweaver CS6 do not edit any of the core Joomla files. This goes for all of Joomla’s PHP and CSS files. Only work with the CSS files directly assosciated with the template you are working on. If it isn’t a CSS file you should probably not be using Dreamweaver for this task. If you touch anything else the risks of you breaking something are significant.

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In this tutorial we will show you how to set up a Drupal 7 server that has been set up locally so that you can edit it in Dreamweaver CS6. We will also show you how to get round the “Dynamically-related files could not be resolved because the site definition is not correct for this server” error that… Continue reading

In this tutorial we will show you how to set up a WordPress 3.4 server in Dreamweaver CS6 or CS5.5. I have done a similar tutorial for CS5.5 and have been asked for an updated version for CS6. The process for this is very similar for most versions of Dreamweaver but CS6 is what I now work with. I have… Continue reading

In this tutorial we will show you how to take a HTML template you have created and convert it into a Joomla template. We will be using Dreamweaver CS5.5 for our conversion but any version of Dreamweaver will suffice or any text editor will do the job just as well. To do this tutorial you should have already created a HTML mock-up of your website in Dreamweaver and filled it with lorem ipsum etc to create the look and feel. We will be taking that test content out and replacing it the code needed to convert your HTML to a Joomla 1.6 template.

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Note: This tutorial has been checked and moved for CS6. For the CS6 tutorial view this tutorial.

In this tutorial we will show you how to set up Joomla(1.5 or 1.6) in Dreamweaver CS5 so that you may edit the CSS of your layout while still making good use of Dreamweavers great productivity tools. One warning before we proceed though, Whilst working with Joomla in Dreamweaver do not edit any of the core Joomla files. This goes for all of Joomla’s PHP and CSS files. Only work with the CSS files directly assosciated with the template you are working on. If it isn’t a CSS file you should probably not be using Dreamweaver for this task. If you touch anything else the risks of you breaking something are significant.

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