Everything I see on youtube about converting muse html to php is out of date. Its worthless. To me its like wiping your back-side with 20 year old TP; it just doesn't work.
Adobe has made some major changes in how things work and they have removed some awesome features and replaced it with useless features.
Muse has helped me overcome coding PTSD from back in the days of cobol programing and fortran to current C+ (Y2K). Yes its been a long time.
I'm really liking this PHP code and I don't have to code much anymore with muse. Love it. I use php for simple database query and thats about it.
Anyway, I'm tired of looking at 20 yr old TP when working with muse CC 2017: Export site here and open it in DW CC2015 and find and replace and marry christmas it all done, nope now open it in Adobe Bridges and do this and then reopen it in DW CC2015 and then it will be PHP... Really? Are you kidding me?
Why can't Adobe simply make or give us the option to have our site file names ending in PHP file type. Its just an extension.
I'm currently up to date with Adobe Creative Cloud 2017 in Muse, Dreamweaver, and all the rest of them.
If someone were to reply to this awful message, please be current CC 2017. Not give a 20 year old TP solution.
Thank you for your time
No need of following such a long old process.
If you just try using "synchronized text" in Muse all your files will by default be exported as .php.
Here are the details - Creating and using Synchronized Text in Adobe Muse
Hope this helps,
Thank you for your suggestion, however, that's not what i'm looking to do. I viewed the YouTube tutorial video. that's a neat feature.
I am simply looking to connect to my database;
/* Database connection settings */
$hostname = '127.0.0.1';
$username = 'root';
$password = '****';
$databaseName = 'chasemed1';
then later in my page to recall data from the database:
<!-- PHP START HERE -->
$connect = mysqli_connect($hostname, $username, $password, $databaseName);
$query = "SELECT feedback FROM `customerservice`";
$result = mysqli_query($connect, $query);
while($row = mysqli_fetch_array($result))
echo "<p>$row[feedback]<hr /> </p>";
<!-- PHP END HERE -->
Sync text is a cool feature, but not what I'm going for.