From time to time we have to mix different programming languages in one file. If there is only one or two occurrences of these small, embedded language islands, using Language Injections is the way to go. But what if we have a lot of them?
We can do similar things with CSS and embedded PHP. Here’s a .css.php file for which I’ve specified the Template Data Language as CSS. It features inspections for both the CSS part of the syntax as well as the embedded PHP.
- Rename the file from *.js to *.js.php (for example) to have a separate file type for files of this kind.
- Associate new file type with PHP in Settings | File Types.
Working with mixed syntax in your project? Head over to the tutorials page and learn how to set things up for this to work. Let us hear your thoughts in the issue tracker, through the comments below or in our forums!
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