|Re: Tag Highlighting [message #629886 is a reply to message #629367]
||Wed, 29 September 2010 20:28
| Nitin Dahyabhai
Registered: July 2009
On 9/27/2010 8:34 PM, Mike Lewis wrote:|
> I am new to Eclipse (downloaded and installed late last week) and have
> been spending the last couple of days customizing my preferences so
> everything is just right for my work environment. I've noticed that the
> editor will highlight opening and closing HTML tags with a different
> background color, but I can't seen to find a preference for changing
> that color.
> I am using a darker background for coding on, which means
> lighter-colored text. As is now, the background of the tag name seems to
> be changing to a light gray when the cursor is placed inside it.
> For example:
> If I put my cursor in the opening row tag (<tr>), both it and the ending
> tag (</tr>) are highlighted with a different background color.
> Since I have decided to color tag names a very light shade of blue, this
> obviously makes the text much harder to read. I would rather change it
> to something like a dark red if possible. This is not the same as
> highlighting matching opening and closing brackets/braces/parenthesis in
> my PHP code. (I found that setting just fine... It would seem to me that
> there appears to be two settings for generally the same concept... Does
> that mean it might be a preference unique to the HTML settings, etc.?)
> Any help appreciated. Thanks in advance.
You'll find it on the Annotations preference page, as "Matching Tags".
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