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CSS perfect completion

Postby alphalogic on Fri May 17, 2013 8:09 am

CSS perfect completion should work mainly in 3 stages:
1.Selector: HTML element (tag) completion (not realized in Sublime Text 2);
2.property name completion (realized in Sublime Text 2);
3.property value completion (realized in Sublime Text 2).
Completion must start with HTML element (tag) completion (format with curly brackets {}) (not realized in Sublime Text 2). Completion should include Universal, Class, Id, Descendant, Child, Adjacent sibling, Attribut, Pseudo-class and Pseudo-element Selector (not realized in Sublime Text 2).
HTML element (tag) completion must be followed by property name completion (not all the properties, but only the specific property, for a specific HTML element).
Property name completion must be followed by property value completion (not all the values, but only the specific values for a specific property).
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Re: CSS perfect completion

Postby redfeilds18 on Tue May 21, 2013 3:50 pm

I m a Sublimetext fan for almost a few months now.

Since I m a Python fanatic, I love the Pylinter which comes handy, and resolves the the syntax errors while saving the files.
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