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Ghost you said there were tons of places in the code, almost too many to correct. I can start working on it...

What do you suggest I use to filter the mistakes and correct them?

I'm willing to go through each file 1 by 1 I just need some direction for something this advanced.

I know there are references to things that have been gone since PHP 5.3 and you wanted me to get ready for PHP 8

Is there something that will also catch references to say Netscape 4 where some apps import CSS files etc...

I would like something that suggests ideas for replacement, maybe code hints, etc

I know you said you were eventually going to weed out all the old code structures but I'm willing to help.

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Ghost you said there were tons of places in the code, almost too many to correct. I can start working on it...

What do you suggest I use to filter the mistakes and correct them?

I'm willing to go through each file 1 by 1 I just need some direction for something this advanced.

I know there are references to things that have been gone since PHP 5.3 and you wanted me to get ready for PHP 8

Is there something that will also catch references to say Netscape 4 where some apps import CSS files etc...

I would like something that suggests ideas for replacement, maybe code hints, etc

I know you said you were eventually going to weed out all the old code structures but I'm willing to help.

PEACE,
CodeBuzzard


Well, there are many, but NetBeans is probably about the most advanced and one that catches just about everything. I really have not been using an extensive IDE as I have mostly been just tinkering. But as far as being the best... Apache wrote Netbeans and they maintain it pretty well. It makes code suggestions while coding for PHP 7.4 that reference the future of PHP 8.

Apache NetBeans is FREE and makes just about all the others even the premium pay IDEs look like kindergarten shit!

It has a remote FTP setting and also works well with your XAMPP. It is pretty easy to set up new projects if you are getting ready for a release.

I use DreamWeaver believe it or not, most of the time. I don't even use a new version, after using it for years I just like the editing interface. It has no idea what is wrong or right it lets me add anything ROFLMAO! I had planned later to go back through each file as I know I made mistakes but I was not ready to polish the project yet. I do not check syntax or errors and never have, even though I know it's not right I figure when I am done with my concepts I will go back and reimplement my structures. Titanium was originally a personal project and as time went on people asked me to put it on GitHub so they could see what I was doing and play with the code. So many people have e-mailed me in private asking for my help, I set up the forums area so people could ask questions anytime they want and others could benefit.

I think that would be great, just don't do any commits from your repo, upload them to my PC and submit them from the remote desktop with my account. I am keeping track of commits under one account, which is why I do not do many local merges.

Most people have no idea what GitHub even is and if they did and really wanted to learn to code they would have a GitHub account and learn to use GitHub desktop. Hell GitHub Desktop has an editor built in that is pretty awesome if you ask me.

Your answer is NetBeans my friend and if you can you should learn how to use it for everything as it is the most advanced out there. I have been programming for more than 30 years and I pretty much can answer just about any question...

I actually use several applications to do many different things but if I was stranded on an island and had only internet and could choose only one application it would be NetBeans!

P.S. How's your mother?

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