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Dreamweaver cc2020 - Bootstrap and php

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I have a responsive site that needs a php page for a shopping channel. When I go into Dreamweaver and open a new php page I do not get the option for Bootstrap as I do with a HTML page. Is there somehow I can get round this? Really appreciate some help

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You should be able to save one of your .html pages, that has the Bootstrap layout you want, as a .php file and go from there.

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Dreamweaver cc2020 - Bootstrap and php

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I have a responsive site that needs a php page for a shopping channel. When I go into Dreamweaver and open a new php page I do not get the option for Bootstrap as I do with a HTML page. Is there somehow I can get round this? Really appreciate some help

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Correct answer by Jon Fritz II | Adobe Community Professional

You should be able to save one of your .html pages, that has the Bootstrap layout you want, as a .php file and go from there.

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You should be able to save one of your .html pages, that has the Bootstrap layout you want, as a .php file and go from there.

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Jon gave you the correct answer.

PHP is a scripting language like JavaScript and XML code.  Use an existing HTML page that already contains links to Bootstrap, etc... Go to File > SaveAs > filename.php.

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web Design & Publishing

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