Writing clean code is something you should always strive for in your WordPress projects, and you should always do what you can to adhere to the WordPress Coding Standards. I tested out a really awesome tool today that you should seriously consider adding to your workflow if you are a Sublime Text 2 user.

The package for Sublime Text2 comes from WeLoveWordPress, which was based off of the WP-PHPTidy project by Scribu.

The NetTuts tutorial mentioned in the video can be found here.

  1. Pippin

    By the way, this tool was mentioned to be by someone on Twitter, but I forgot who it was. If it was you, please speak up so I can thank you publicly!

    • Paul

      I think I suggested it to you

  2. Patrick Miravalle

    Is there any sort of package ( or service for that matter ) like this that does the same sort of thing to CSS? I was actually just about to spend the next hour or so reformatting a nasty CSS file, and this kind of functionality would help me out immensely.

  3. Jeff

    I wish this was already included in the Package Control for ST3. Grrrr.

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