My Dreamweaver Extensions

Free and commercial Dreamweaver extensions

My Dreamweaver extensions features free and commercial extensions for Adobe Dreamweaver mainly driven towards PHP code writing.

But you will also find here Dreamweaver tutorials and reviews of third party Dreamweaver extensions.

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Third party focus

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Spotlight

Video tutorial about the PHP Code Hints extension for DreamweaverPHP code hinting in DreamweaverVideo in AVI format

Speed up your code writing with PHP Code Hints: stop misspelling your variable and function names and spare yourself some irritating debugging!

Video tutorial about the free PHP Code extension for DreawmweaverWrite PHP code more efficiently in DreamweaverVideo in AVI format

Quickly insert control structures (if statement, etc.) and insert your user-defined PHP variables with PHP Code: no more typos!

News

March 20th, 2014

PHP Comment Panel 1.2.0

PHP Comment Navigator becomes PHP Comment Panel and turns free. This release is compatible with Dreamweaver CC and can be downloaded from the My Dreamweaver Extensions website or by means of the Adobe Exchange panel.

February 25th, 2014

PHP Code 1.4.2

This release of PHP Code is now compatible with Dreamweaver CC and corrects a bug in function search.

June 3rd, 2013

PHP Code 1.4.0

This latest release of PHP Code corrects some minor bugs (see change log) and adds an important feature : Go To Function Definition. As its self-explanatory and not-long-thought name implies, you can now jump to a custom function declaration and go back to where you were with a click.

The free PHP Code extension is available on this site and through the new Adobe Exchange panel for CS6.

October 24th, 2012

New PHP Show If Column extension for Dreamweaver

We have released PHP Show If Column 1.0.2.

Native Show Region server behaviors allow you to show or hide content on the page based on whether a recordset is empty or not empty. But if you need to show or hide a content based on the value of a recordset column, you have to code it by hand. Not any more, thanks to our new extension!

PHP Show If Column is available on this site, of course, but also through the new Adobe Exchange panel for CS6.

January 11th, 2012

New PHP Security Server Formats extension for Dreamweaver

We have released our latest extension! This convenient extension helps you secure your PHP code by adding a number of server formats to Dreamweaver's. It is free to download and use!

Watch a video to know how and why use this new Dreamweaver extension, and/or learn more in our in-depth tutorial.

Enjoy!

Septembre 28th, 2011

Keep It Simple Stupid!

While building myDWE's next tutorial — about the use of myDWE's next free Dreamweaver extension —, I had a hard time trying to use Spry's Grow effect to simulate a zoom-in feature, and get perfect images in the end.

What I spent an awful lot of time trying was:

  • Get all images, get their dimensions and shrink them to a percentage;
  • Apply on each of them a Grow effect from this percentage to their original size, with the toggle option.

But in the end, the final images were never the right size, and looked blurred and horrible. To boot, results were not consistent among browsers.

As usual (the KISS principle: Keep It Simple Stupid!), the solution was dead simple:

  • Get all images and apply them a Grow effect from 100% to a percentage, with the toggle option.

And that was it. Spry effects did the rest. Here's the simple bit of code you need:

<script src="../../SpryAssets/SpryDOMUtils.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script src="../../SpryAssets/SpryEffects.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
Spry.Utils.addLoadListener(function(){
  Spry.$$("img").forEach(function(n){
    var growEffect = new Spry.Effect.Grow(n, {duration: 500, from: '100%', to: '50%', toggle: true, growCenter: false});
    growEffect.start();
    Spry.Utils.addEventListener(n, "click", function(){
      growEffect.start();
    }, false);
  });
});
</script>

August 11th, 2011

Reloading extensions without restarting Dreamweaver

It has been a while since last update. Sorry folks, life has been pretty busy last couple of months. But do not worry, a new free extension is coming really soon.

As for now, a new little tutorial or Dreamweaver trick: how to reload extensions without restarting Dreamweaver. A little time saver when you are developing an extension!

May 10th, 2011

How to animate a static page with Spry

Learn how to use a HTML data set using code within the actual page and to make use of the Spry.$$() element selector and Spry.Utils functions.
This tutorial demonstrates the technique used to animate the Offers div on the My Dreamweaver Extensions homepage. Using progressive enhancement and unobstrusive JavaScript so that we keep Search Engines and users without JavaScript happy, we use the Spry framework to easily hide all the pieces of the Offers section and display them one at a time with a nice fading effect.

March 24th, 2011

A bit of Spry animation!

We have started the progressive enhancement of the Homepage, with a bit of Spry magic! Building upon the static code, we use a HTML Data Set and a bit of handcoding to get rid of the vertical scroll bar of the Offers box and fade in and out each of the offers. The first tutorial is on its way to explain the JavaScript and Spry code. Stay tuned!

March 22th, 2011

PHP Control Structures 1.1.1

This is a compatibility release for Dreamweaver CS5. We have aslo dropped the extension price, considering competition prices.

February 15th, 2011

PHP Code Hints 2.6.1

This a bug release, which corrects a bug triggering a JavaScript error. A link including a Trace Console file (for debugging purposes) was accidently left in one file.

January 31st, 2011

PHP Code Hints 2.6.0

The compatibility version for Dreamweaver CS5 is now available. PHP Code Hints displays on top of native Dreamweaver CS5 Code Hints, which now include variables and functions. However, array variables, variable variables are not displayed in native Dreamweaver CS5 Code Hints. PHP Code Hints does.

Just hit CTRL + SPACE and PHP Code Hints 2.6.0 will display all your custom variables.

In Dreamweaver CS4 and CS5, PHP Code Hints 2.6.0 will now only pop-up in PHP code block (i.e., between <?php and ?> directives).

December 28th, 2010

Welcome to MyDreamweaverExtensions.com!

I know. This site is rather naked!
Do not worry, MyDreamweaverExtensions.com will soon get a beautiful green robe, but we wanted to open the site as soon as possible since it's been delayed for far too long now.

On MyDreamweaverExtensions.com, you will find a wealth of Dreamweaver and Dreamweaver Extensions resources:

  • Our own free and commercial extensions
  • Reviews of third party extensions, mainly free ones, but also a few of very helpful commercial extensions
  • Tutorials to use Dreamweaver extensions and to learn how to code with Dreamweaver, and even tutorials to learn how to make your own extensions for Dreamweaver
  • News about what is going on on planet Dreamweaver

This site is being build and maintained with Dreamweaver, and we use a lot of extensions with the same spirit that drives Dreamweaver: to build good clean code, and to build it faster. We will share why Dreamweaver is such a valuable tool and how to use it to the next level: good coding for the Web. We will see what is good about Dreamweaver and what could be better – and how to overcome these shortcomings and build a better and faster Web.

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