I'm specifically interested in something that is like the very fantastic Resharper, only for HTML. For example, I have spent a lot of time developing about 50 different styles for a given ID. The spec changed, and now I need to extract the CSS from this div ID and move them to a class to use them elsewhere. I can use find/replace and a bit of manual work to sort this out, but because this is such algorithmic work, surely someone has created a tool that do this for me. Also, this would cut down on potential errors that could occur due to find/replace and manual work.

Thank you for your time.

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Saiyan 113
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i dont know a tool that would do this for you but maybe you could try one of this IDEs (PHPStorm, WebStorm)

Its from the makers of ReSharper so I expect that there will be a feature that has the same functionality like the ReSharper feature you know

Answered about 6 years ago by Saiyan
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Can't you use Firebug to trace the styles for the element? Or if using IE you could hit F12 and bring up the developer toolbar.

Answered about 6 years ago by Jens Hedqvist