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  • Blog Post: Change CSS Formatting

    Menu: Tools -> Options -> Text Editor -> CSS -> Formatting Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 12/26/2010 Code: vstipEdit0094 People are very picky about how their code is styled. Fortunately, Visual Studio comes with the ability to format your CSS code the way you like it. Just go to Tools ->...
  • Blog Post: Choosing CSS Versions

    Menu: Tools -> Options -> Text Editor -> HTML -> Validation (HTML Schema) Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 12/25/2010 Code: vstipEdit0093 Dedicated Style Sheets When working with Cascading Style Sheets you often find yourself working with specific versions. When you create a CSS file in Visual...
  • Blog Post: Go To Definition for CSS

    Keyboard: F12 Command: Edit.GoToDefinition Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 12/24/2010 Code: vstipFind0021 Work with SharePoint? Then make sure to check out the new SharePoint Developer Team Blog ! For those that are familiar with using "Go To Definition" in your code may not be aware that...
  • Blog Post: Disable HTML, CSS, or JScript IntelliSense

    Menu: Tools -> Options -> Text Editor -> HTML -> General Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 12/10/2010 Code: vstipEdit0085 Personally, I love IntelliSense anywhere I code: However, some folks don't like it in some places and one place I find that is true is in the HTML editor. You can turn off...
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