sublime-text – Opening an HTML file editable in Sublime Text in a browser


People, maybe someone knows how to run an html file from Sublime Text? In NotePad++ this can be done with the shortcut Ctrl + Alt + Shift + X .


And as far as I know, Sublime was created for this purpose to add the functionality you need for yourself;)

Everything is quite simple and depends a little on your OS

First, let's create a new build system

Tools -> Build System -> New Build System...

in the opened window you need to write:

For MacOS

"cmd": ["open", "-a", "Google Chrome", "$file"]

For Linux

"cmd": ["google-chrome", "$file"]

For Windows (I have 8.1 but should work on almost everyone)

"cmd": ["Путь до браузера", "$file"]
У меня это "C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Google\\Chrome\\Application\\chrome.exe"

In this case, the double slash is needed for escaping

That's all, save the file as Chrome.sublime-build

Close and reopen SublimeText

We go to

Tools -> Build System 

Select Chrome and run open files in it by pressing Ctrl + B

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