Sometimes HTML code can be hard to read. While this isn’t an issue for editors and viewers that work with the rendered results, it can be a problem when advanced editing needs to happen. For example, a client sent over an HTML file that looks nice in the browser but it contains coding errors. When you go into the code to fix the errors, it’s hard to make the necessary changes because of problems like poor spacing.
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