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If I've currently got a html tag highlighted in Notepad++, is there a way to automatically jump to the closing tag and vice-versa?

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You might have better luck asking this on SO – Dana the Sane Aug 21 '10 at 17:18
    
You might be right there Dana, cheers! – keith Aug 24 '10 at 1:13
    
You can do this in sublime text if you install emmet plugin. Works like a charm - choose to highlight till closing tag. – r0berts Sep 28 '14 at 20:31

Yes there is, you can use the "html tag" plugin and do ctrl + t

From the plugin's description:

This plug-in provides two core functions to Notepad++: HTML and XML tag matching, like the built-in brace matching (Ctrl+B / Shift+Ctrl+B) HTML entity encoding/decoding (example: e to é and vice versa) Author: Martijn Coppoolse Source: http://sourceforge.net/projects/npp-plugins/files/HTMLTag/HTMLTag_plugin_v0.2.2_src.zip/download

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My life just got so much easier! THANK YOU! – Keyslinger Jan 23 '14 at 18:12
    
This plugin is extremely slow and crashes when used on ending tags in a very large XML file (20k lines). – void.pointer Apr 13 at 17:53

For the big file I was working on, my workaround to find the extra/missing div was to rename a copy of the file to file.java. Then replace "/div" with } and "div" with {.

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