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Hi guys I have noticed that by not placing a simple dot or “-” in the code, it does not work. Is there any way to have an “autocorrect” like the one we use on phones?
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<h1>This is h1 text</h1>
<h2>This is h2 text</h2>
<h3>This is h3 text</h3>
<h4>This is h4 text</h4>
<h5>This is h5 text</h5>
<h6>This is h6 text</h6>
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Not autocorrect, but highlight the errors. (jsfiddle)
There is also a “tidy button” that makes it looks nicer.
If you use a sytax-aware text editor, it may be able to warn you when you use some invalid code, but because characters like a dot have a specific meaning they can’t really be autocorrected in.
A significant portion of writing code is paying close attention to detail.
Ok! So the big part in all of this consist in be focused right? Well im good in that but, sometimes its heavy hahah…
Silbert, one question: it is always necesary use the JSFIDDLE on-line? or it does got an off-line version?
I am not aware of an old fashion desktop version