New Syntax Highlighting in Blogger Template Editor


New Syntax Highlighting in Blogger Template Editor

April 10, 2013
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Those who create blogger templates or do their own template customization will love the new blogger syntax highlighting feature.  There are options for jumping to widget codes, and with the beginning/end tags are clearly visible so users can easily highlight blocks of code. It even supports  find and replace. This is a wonderful improvement to the blogger template editor.

You can read more about it here on on blogger buzz.

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  • 4 Comments

    1. Tasnim April 10, 2013 1:35 pm

      Thanks for the info! Can't seem to find the CSS code though.. 🙁

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    2. Susan Smith April 10, 2013 4:22 pm

      Oh you're right @Tasnim! I have mine linked to an external stylesheet but had some css code mixed in at the top. Hmm. I wonder how that's going to effect things. If I hear/read anything more about it I will post back. It appears that they don't allow comments on the original Blogger Buzz post. I might have to go to the forums to get more info on it.

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    3. Tasnim April 10, 2013 4:45 pm

      Found it! 😀
      You click on the small black arrows in the HTML to expand the code, and the CSS becomes visible. Strange that they didn't explain that..

      They had me worried there for a second.. :O

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    4. Susan Smith April 10, 2013 5:12 pm

      Oh! Whew! It does not show syntax highlighting for the CSS though, darn! It is odd that the other css snippets show the colored syntax. Thanks for letting me know. I was starting to get worried too!!!!!

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