How to add PHP Code to a regular page


(Mr Rapidweaver) #1

Hello,

how can I add regular PHP Code to a page using RapidWeaver 7? I know that there’s under settings “Code” but if you place code there it’s for all pages, how can you choose one specific page?


(scott williams) #2

You can do the same on a page by page basis in the page inspector. You can also add a HTML stack if you are using stacks as needed.


(Greg Schneck) #3

Make sure you are using plain text also… no “smart quotes” (Don’t paste from work processors etc)

You can actually put html or php anywhere you can put text. Just select all your CODE and then “ignore formatting” on the format menu. So in effect you can put a snippet of code anywhere on a page, embedded in your text in addition to the areas provided in RW. Thus, you can use a php scripted button etc.


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[QUOTE]Make sure you are using plain text also… no “smart quotes” (Don’t paste from work processors etc)

You can actually put html or php anywhere you can put text. Just select all your CODE and then “ignore formatting” on the format menu. So in effect you can put a snippet of code anywhere on a page, embedded in your text in addition to the areas provided in RW. Thus, you can use a php scripted button etc.[/QUOTE]

Use plain text without quotes.