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A quick summary of how to install and use the Package Control package manager for Sublime Text.


There are many plugins and packages to improve Sublime Text. An easy way to get all those packages is using Package Control, a package manager created by Will Bond. To install Package Control just open the Sublime Text console (shortcut Ctrl + `) and paste and run the following code:

And restart Sublime Text.

To install packages, on OS X just press ⌘ + Shift + P then type "package control" and select "Package Control: Install Package". It will show a list of all the available packages. Search a package by typing some letters of the name of the package (for example 'markdown') and it will only show the packages that contains that word. Choose the one you want and press <Enter>. Sublime Text will download the package and install it.

Here are some of the most useful packages for Web Developers:

  • HtmlTidy - Formats HTML code for easy viewing.
  • IndentXML - Indents XML code to help to identify every element.
  • ZenCoding - Helps the Web Developer to write HTML code more quickly.

 

For more information on Package Control, see: http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/package_control/installation

 

 

  1. This is the method for Sublime Text 2, but be advised, I think the method has changed for Sublime Text 3. I quote from the full installation instructions page:

    "Since Sublime Text 3 no longer extracts the contents of .sublime-package files by default, and the fact that Package Control needs to read CA cert files from disk for SSL certificate verification, the only viable install method right now is via Git. "