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Davronbek MadaminovCourses Plus Student 7,935 Points
two tags are not showing automtically
When I work with "brackets" text editor, it automatically shows the closing tag. For example, If I put <html>, the next "</html>" closing code automatically comes in brackets text editor. But in Atom, this is not happening. Is it possible to edit this thing in Atom?
If you go to the welcome guide in your atom editor, scroll down to install a package and then search for autoclose-html package.I can't remember which package I've installed when I first downloaded atom, but if you google search for atom packages ,you can find and install a lot of cool features.
Thanks, great tip on the autoclose-html package.