dez — 2011-10-23T05:56:02-04:00 — #1
Just trying to work on a website page that seems to have 100's of different IF --> statements. It's very confusing to see where each particular one starts and ends. Is there some sort of programme or online tool that can help with this please?
Any help appreciated.
anthonysterling — 2011-10-23T05:58:50-04:00 — #2
What would you like this tool to do? If you have a fairly basic IDE, many support code-folding on IF statements.
dez — 2011-10-23T06:14:53-04:00 — #3
It would be great if it showed where every particular if statement started and ended. Some of them are very deep nested. What's an IDE?
anthonysterling — 2011-10-23T06:22:13-04:00 — #4
I'm not going to help you Google "IDE", but there are plenty of IDEs out there. Initially, I would recommend you take a look at Komodo Edit. It's not a full blown IDE, but it's available for most platforms and will allow you to edit single files without creating a project for them.
dez — 2011-10-23T06:29:18-04:00 — #5
Not looking for help on Googling Will Komodo help me to see where the particular if statements start and finish? Can't see mention of that on their website.
anthonysterling — 2011-10-23T06:37:10-04:00 — #6
It sure does.
dez — 2011-10-23T06:43:23-04:00 — #7
Thanks Anthony would it also work just as well for the statements that are within a phpbb forum, like this - <!-- IF not S_IS_BOT and S_USER_LOGGED_IN --> ?
Also, on this subject, when you see <!-- IF not S_IS_BOT and S_USER_LOGGED_IN --> does that mean if the 'person' viewing the page is not a bot and not a user logged in ? or does it mean not a bot, but is a user logged in ? ? ?