I've written a follow up post to this article that you can read here.

Personally, I’m a big fan of implementing coding standards and/or style guides for each of our various languages. Ultimately, I think that it helps to make a team’s code more readable and maintainable.

On one hand, some developers are better at adopting said standards than others, whereas other developers enjoying helping to write the documentation, books, and pull requests to make sure code is up to the given standard.

Although I’m personally a big fan of coding standards, there’s always room for small improvements in each language that help optimize a developer’s work flow.

As such, I thought I’d share two things that I do as part of my HTML code styles that help make code more readable and improve the workflow in my IDE.

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