Sublime Text 2, more awesomeness
# March 16, 2012 at 9:29 pm
For those of you using Sublime Text 2
Here are some worthy additions
Validate HTML and CSS:
Compress your code:
I do recommend taking a backup of your scripts before compressing
(if you aren’t using a version control)
And for those of you who don’t use Sublime Text 2, it’s awesome :D# March 16, 2012 at 10:18 pm
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Nah It’s not daft at all, windows is the only one without the prerequisites installed
You’ll need to install cURL for the program to be able to get the information from the website
I’ll write up some instructions later when I have more time
If you can’t wait, Google is your amigo# March 24, 2012 at 6:29 pm
Is there any way to activate some kind of FTP support within Sublime Text 2? I don’t normally edit client files remotely, but when I’m working on my own stuff or building a skeleton for a theme on my own server, I really have a hard time living without it. I work between 2 or 3 offices so just doing it on localhost isn’t all that pleasant. That’s the main feature keeping me in e-TextEditor.
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