1140Re: [jasspa] HTML tag matching
- Jul 27, 2004HTML does not require you to close the tags, but it is recommended (and
required in XHTML).
What many editors do is closing the closest tag as soon as you type </,
no keypress required, can it get any easier than that?
--- Thomas Hundt <thundt@...> wrote:
> For a while I have been looking for an editor that would hightlightyou
> unmatched html tags (to no avail).
> Would it be possible to:
> 1. Show unmatched tags in a different colour (error colour?). So if
> have <td> and no </td> it would display the <td> in a differentcolour?
I think in XML you are *required* to match (close) tags strictly; in
HTML you can get away with leaving a lot of them out (e.g., </td>
a </tr>). So this sort of thing would be useful for XML mode.
A nifty extra added feature would be a command that closed the most
recent open tag. E.g., after a <td> you hit the key and it types the
</td> for you. Wouldn't that be fun ;-)
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