The Visual Studio 2005 HTML editor has a feature that lets you automatically format HTML code with your preferences. From the Visual Studio Edit menu, select "Advanced", and then choose "Format Document" or "Format Selection" (or use the shortcuts "Ctrl+K, Ctrl+D" or "Ctrl+K, Ctrl+F" respectively):
Alternately, you can highlight the code that you want to format, right-click, and select “Format Selection”:
This applies the rules defined in Visual Studio for HTML code. You can customize the rules to suit your preferences by choosing the “Formatting and Validation” option from the right-click menu.
This opens the Options dialog to the HTML Format pane:
The following options are available on the HTML Format pane:
Additional options are available on the other HTML panes:
For more information, visit General, HTML, Text Editor, Options Dialog Box.
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