I’ve added all pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements to my TextMate CSS bundle.
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I just added support for placehold.it with a new snippet for my HTML TExtMate bundle. Enjoy!
Just like my HTML bundle last week, the new version of my TextMate CSS bundle does not replace the default CSS bundle anymore, it is now a separate bundle that works as an addition to the default CSS bundle.
TextMate HTML bundle v.1.5 does not replace the default HTML bundle anymore, it is now a separate bundle that works as an addition to the default HTML bundle.
Here’s a description of my development setup. It’s basically what I’ve narrowed it down to after many years working as a web designer/developer. It’s working very well for me, but I’d be curious to hear other professionals’ take on the subject…
TextMate CSS bundle 1.1 adds property values to tab triggers, a drag commend to simplify image replacements, and a few bug fixes.
I just fixed an incompatibility introduced in a recent TextMate update that would make the HTML theme freak out if PHP was included at the top of an HTML document.
You want to know the easy way to use TextMate’s Projects with files located on a remote server? Read on…