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Siteleaf Liquid Syntax

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Liquid syntax mode for Sublime Text

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Siteleaf Liquid support for Sublime Text

This is a fork of the shopify-liquid syntax, which was based off of the Djaniero package for Django.

Installation

Suggested: Install using Package Control. Search for “Siteleaf Liquid Syntax”.

Or install manually:

  1. Clone this repo
  2. Put the contents of this repo directly inside:
  • OS X: ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages/
  • Windows: %APPDATA%/Sublime Text 3/Packages/
  • Linux: ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages

After installing:

You might need to switch to the syntax mode. (shift + cmd + p, search for Liquid, “Set Syntax: HTML (Liquid)”)

Autocomplete

To show the autocomplete suggestions, your cursor must be within a tag markup or output marker wrapper ({% %} or {{ }})

Then press ctrl + spacebar, or add the following to your user settings file:

"auto_complete_selector": "source - comment, text.html.liquid punctuation.output.liquid, text.html.liquid punctuation.tag.liquid"

Snippets

Some handy snippets:

IF statement

if + tab >>>

{% if $1 %}
  $2
{% endif %}

Tag markup

% + tab >>>

{% $1 %}

For a full list, check out the “Snippets” folder.