If you’re a WordPress developer and you would like others to have some benefit of your code it’s highly recommended that you follow the WordPress coding standards. As it can be a little rough to get used to it in the beginning my colleague Eoin posted some tricks that can help you applying these rules in Coda and TextWrangler.
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