Tip/Trick: Custom formatting HTML in Visual Web Developer and Visual Studio 2005
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by Scott Guthrie
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You receive an HTML or ASP.NET page from another developer you work with whose html source formatting standards are different from your own (bad use of casing, inconsistent indenting, etc).

You want to quickly clean-up and format the HTML “the right way” – where “the right way” is naturally defined as own your personal preference (and naturally every developer thinks their preference is "right" <g>).

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