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Not to throw a wrench into it, but when I edit the same language.php file in my regular Text Editor, save it and upload it, the page displays fine...
I CAN however edit the style.css file in Drwamweaver CS3 on my Mac and those style edits show up fine...
Is there a setting in Dreamweaver CS3 that would cause a PHP file to not display in a browser properly? A code rewrite or something? I'm really up at arms with this and am in need of some direction as to what may be causing this issue... Any help would be greatly appreciated!
See this link in Adobe LiveDocs for a little more info.
Line Break Type
Specifies the type of remote server (Windows, Macintosh, or UNIX) that hosts your remote site. Choosing the correct type of line break characters ensures that your HTML source code appears correctly when viewed on the remote server. This setting is also useful when you are working with an external text editor that recognizes only certain kinds of line breaks. For example, use CR LF (Windows) if Notepad is your external editor, and use CR (Macintosh) if SimpleText is your external editor.
Note: For servers that you connect to using FTP, this option applies only to binary transfer mode; the ASCII transfer mode in Dreamweaver ignores this option. If you download files using ASCII mode, Dreamweaver sets line breaks based on the operating system of your computer; if you upload files using ASCII mode, the line breaks are all set to CR LF.