Syntax highlighting

  • RHoerner

    RHoerner - 2007-01-14

    If you have a html construction like  '<a href="
    "><b>some text</b></a>'
    Where the 'http.......' is in a separate line, and '<a href="' and '">' are in other lines, syntax highlighting does recognize an error?!               (and what about this input form here? I cannot "enter" a new line?!)                                          

    • Pierre Fauconnier

      > syntax highlighting does recognize an error
      > <a href="
      > http://something.else
      > ">

      Isn't it obvious ? The following construction is not correct.
      <body topmargin=1

      By the way, version 2 is now using TsynWeb. It recognizes '<?' and '<?php' and '<script language="php">' as well.
      See [1.41 MB]

      Best regards,


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