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dbooom says

Hi guys!

Since I’m not so mature in WP development at this moment, I have to stay with “Site templates” dev. So I curious is there any workflows and best practices in building HTML templates?

Currently my workflow is, that I build template by including PHP files in each other, wich reduce repetitive code and when everything is done, I start to copy generated HTML code and save it in proper template files. But there is some boring tasks when you have to clean all indentations and format code to make it pretty. Also if I made some changes in PHP version I have to repeat this annoying job.

Who can share their experiences in this area?

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revaxarts says

Try Tabify to beautify your html

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kinzi21 says

Try Tabify to beautify your html

Very useful link!

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dbooom says

Try Tabify to beautify your html

Oh thank you revaxarts, I will give it a try!

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