WordPress Dreamweaver Extension

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This post is out-of-date. Since it’s release, a new WordPress Extension for Dreamweaver has come out called ThemeDreamer. It does all the things the Tagstention extension did and a lot more. Definitely check it out.

I’ve been comfortable coding HTML, CSS, etc. in Notepad for years, but I’ve grown to love Dreamweaver ever since I started working at PowerServe. Tonight, I ran across this Dreamweaver extension for WordPress that could make life a little bit easier for anyone who uses the popular blogging platform.

Tagstention Toolbar for Dreamweaver

Right now, it appears the the extension is compatible with Dreamweaver 8 and Dreamweaver MX 2004. If you’re using an older version, it’s time to upgrade. Seriously.

There are several wizards for using tags with additional parameters they might accept. It’ll help with basic loops, inserting templates, supports Ultimate Tag Warrior, etc. It’s probably a safe bet that if you’re using Dreamweaver and using WordPress, it’s worth a try.

10 thoughts on “WordPress Dreamweaver Extension

  1. I know, I know. You ASP programmers and your silly Visual Basic Studio application… *sigh* It’s quite good, though. And this extension helps a lot with working with WordPress.

  2. I use DWMX2004 and I have wanted to try to create my own blog rather than editing a design. I created my website myself but not the blog as I got confused with all this php get this get that get the other, it’s all confusing despite me reading the WordPress Documentation. This extension may give me the ability and confidence to give creating a blog a go. Great find!

  3. The most useful extension i got for this time around. I’m still learning on how to make a wordpress theme. Thanks for the post.

  4. Something quite useful. But its a crap for those who do not know what command to use. Lucky i know some…better than nothing. A handbook of wordpress commands should be made for dummies. Because it will really help dummies like me :)

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