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I use Notepad++, which kind of does this with the "Find" and "Replace All" functions, but this only works with a small number of characters. I want to basically replace a block of code with another block of code... or just add a block of code to a specific spot without replacing anything.
Does anyone know if there is any way to do this or any program that will give me this capability?
Thanks in advance for any help.
I want to basically replace a block of code with another block of code... or just add a block of code to a specific spot without replacing anything
In another thread on How to edit a bunch of static HTML files at once [webmasterworld.com], members voted for several options.
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SSI HTML kit
Search and replace 98
Replace Text, formerly called BK ReplaceEm
Multiple File Search & Replace
Eclipse for PHP
Alias Search & Replace
Alias Find and Replace
Advanced Find and Replace from Abacre
Actual Search & Replace
Visual Studio has a good "find in files" and "replace in files"
"ReNamer" .. freeware. It can make all sorts of changes .. all the files in a folder. Will change extensions, '-', '_', words, case sensitive .. lots of choices. Append and prepend, all instances, first intance, etc.
grelmar: It's for stuff like this that I still keep a copy of Homesite installed
(first it was Allaire Homesite, then Macromedia Homesite, then Adobe bough Macromedia, and it vanished). Outdated, deprecated, bought out by progressively fatter software companies until it got relegated into not-quite-abandonware (ie: you can't buy it, but lord help you if you in any way violate the copyright). So don't go searching in the darker parts of the net for it, because that would be wrong...
And still, hands down, the best HTML code editing software ever.