[wp-hackers] Different background colors for different code blocks to help keep organized code

Andrew Bartel andrew.bartel at gmail.com
Mon Dec 2 17:55:58 UTC 2013

I'd suggest switching to a more powerful IDE that can help you do those
sort of things automatically.  I used Aptana for a while and am currently
using phpstorm and love it.  Both would be a major upgrade over dreamweaver.


On Mon, Dec 2, 2013 at 9:44 AM, BenderisGreat <greglancaster71 at gmail.com>wrote:

> I am looking for a way to keep my php code organized, and it occurred to me
> that an opaque background color on different blocks of code would be the
> easiest way to easily identify which block I am searching for.  I use
> dreamweaver right now, and sometimes a program called brackets.  Neither
> support a MS Word "highlight" style for different code blocks.   Does
> anyone
> have any suggestions or recommendations on how I could go about this.
> I did search all the plugin directories as well, and it looks like as far
> as
> I can tell, this does not exist.  It would be a massive help to keep my
> code
> organized - and I realize this is not wordpress specific, but some of the
> brightest programmers are on this mailing list, so if this plugin exists
> (or
> if I am to receive good advice for keeping code blocks organized and easily
> identifiable) this is the place to discover it.
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