As the title suggests, i've just about had it with VS.NET formatting my HTML and CSS for me..... it's just awful.
As an example, if i type in... (and let's face it doesn't exactly *like* you typing anything in the HTML view) :
Why, when i exit out and then back in again does it now look like:
<div style="PADDING-LEFT:0; PADDING-RIGHT:0; PADDING-TOP:0; PADDING-BOTTOM:0">
So not only does it add unwanted attributes it also CAPITALIZES them.... i'm sure web standards say that CSS should be lowercase.
On top of that, it orders them in a completely random way... one minute i'm typing out a label at the top of the page next minute it's hidden in the mish-mash HTML it creates.
I've tried just about every option i know about in VS.NET.
Anybody else ready to slap MS silly?
I've probably blatently missed something so any pointers how i can stop vs.net 'helping out' that would be great.