Dreamweaver dans WYSIWYG ?

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Jul 01, 2021 Jul 01, 2021

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Hello, 😉

Until now, I had created sites for me (only local) document management, dvdtheque, ... with HTML, PHP, javascript, ...

But I would like to redesign an online site (a simple showcase site, mainly text) for an association and use a tool like DW to redo the site. I would like to use DW (in + it will give me the opportunity to learn it ;-)) but I would like to do as much as possible with the graphical interface (WYSIWYG mode) therefore do not enter the HTML, CSS, javascript, ... code. (Eg take inspiration from the site bonsaiclubsudaisne.fr [link removed by moderator])

 

I would like to create drop-down menus at the top of the screen (like on most sites), then insert a form, a few mages, tables, ...) so all in WYSIWYG. (and therefore generation of the code behind) Is it really possible? Or do I necessarily have to use code at some point? : - ((

 

I just thought that the interest of this kind of software was to do everything graphically. If there is no solution, use another one that would but which one ?? Thanks a lot for your help !! because I don't ask myself any questions !!!

 

Phil

 

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Jul 01, 2021 Jul 01, 2021

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Dreamweavr would be my choice, but it is not a WYSIWYG program. 

 

An inferior program would be https://bubble.io/

Wappler, the only real Dreamweaver alternative.

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Jul 01, 2021 Jul 01, 2021

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@BenPleysier I am surprised that you have not introduced https://wappler.io/ , it seems to me that this could meet the expectations of @Phil5E57 , don't you think?

 

@Phil5E57 mais vous faisiez mention que vous etiez à l'aise avec du code, pourquoi vous orienter alors vers une interface WYSIWYG ?

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Jul 02, 2021 Jul 02, 2021

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@B i r n o u

You always make me smile. Wappler would be the first choice for sure. Problem is that this is a Dreamweaver forum and am careful not to over do the 'W` thingy.

 

Bubblers are turning to `W` in droves, that's why Bubble came to mind. 'W` would see the OP in no time.

 

How about you, have you no ambition to use Docker and deploy to Digital Ocean or Heroku in an easy manner?

 

Edit: Have a look at https://community.wappler.io/t/wappler-fr-the-new-french-wappler-community-is-coming/24895/6

Wappler, the only real Dreamweaver alternative.

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Jul 01, 2021 Jul 01, 2021

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Dreamweaver has a steep learning curve if you don't know code.  It's a code editing tool just like a good wrench or hammer.  But tools don't create anything.  People do. If you don't learn code, you will be powerless to fix things later when they break.

 

See links below.  Read the chapters, do code exercises and take quizzes at the end. It's not hard and your time will be well-spent because Dreamweaver will much easier for you to use.
- https://www.w3schools.com/html/
- https://www.w3schools.com/css/
- https://www.w3schools.com/js/

 

If you can't or won't learn code,  perhaps you should find an online site builder like Wix or Webflow which costs more in the long-run but you'll never need to look at code.

 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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Jul 04, 2021 Jul 04, 2021

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Click and drag and drop building a website will only get you so far.

If this is what you are refering too but in that regard what they are doing at  Webflow is fairly cool in that regard.

If you are refering to managing content, say a client managing building out a nice page without having to have you do code for those features then you need a CMS and how you build into that CMS but something like Umbraco with how the grid tools and forms work as one example certantly has a very easy way for people to manage layouts and content in a very managable way. 

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