How To Auto-Format / Indent XML/HTML in Notepad++

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Is there a way to re-indent a block of code? I'm looking for something similar to Ctrl+Shift+F in Eclipse (Auto-Format/Indent).

To be clear,

I already know how to format XML outside of Notepad++ (Eclipse works fine, as mentioned) so I don't need a bunch of links to other XML-formatting tools.

I'm specifically working with XML and HTML.

Ideally, there's a keybinding as convenient as the one in Eclipse, so I don't have to break my workflow.

I already know about NppAutoIndent - it won't work, as I'm working with XML, HTML, and CSS.

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Ans: You can use the XML tools if you are working on the version: 6.3.2.


The primary step is to install the XML tools using the Plugin Manager. Then navigate to Menu -> Plugins -> XML Tools -> Pretty Print. You can use the shortcut Ctrl + Alt + Shift + B.


For the other older versions, you need to navigate to Menu -> text FX -> HTML Tidy -> Tidy: Reindent XML.

 
 

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