From what I understand, TextMate just figures it out. Set your mode
to html, and it will color the html, but be smart enough to know what
bits are in the php blocks, and color those.
I work exclusively in html mode, php seems to be colored fine in that
mode as long as you have it in the usual <?php ?> block.
On Sep 9, 2009, at 10:57 PM, Ibrahim Ezzy wrote:
I'm sure this must've been asked a hundred times already, but I
google a decent answer for this: How do I enable syntax color for
HTML in a
PHP file, or vice versa.
If its a PHP file I'm working on, HTML turns grey.
I'd greatly appreciate any help. Thanks!
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