Make alphabetising CSS properties in Sublime Text easy with CSScomb

How to make CSScomb alphabetise CSS properties.

CSScomb is not fully functional with SCSS yet, this bug is especially irritating. But it’s a great tool for alphabetising CSS properties, but, it won’t alphabetise the properties automatically, you have yo set them up yourself. Here’s a [long conversation about it][2].

Installation and setup

Install the CSScomb plugin via Package Control.

Custom configuration is fun and simple: just put .csscomb.json file in the project root or your HOME directory.

Or define a custom location in CSScomb JS.sublime-settings file.

Below is my custom config file. I basically just brutally alphabetised everything. Funfact: you can alphabetise lines in Sublime Text by simply choosing the text and pressing F5.


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