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For example, if I want to jump to the close form tag. how could I do this?

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The matchit.vim plugin, in conjunction with the html.vim filetype plugin, will allow you to do this. One way to load the matchit.vim plugin is to put this in your ~/.vimrc:

runtime macros/matchit.vim

If you don't already have filetype plugins enabled, also put this in in your ~/.vimrc:

filetype plugin on

Then when you edit an HTML file, you can jump from a tag to the matching tag by typing %. You can find out more by executing

:help matchit
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Thanks, this is perfect! Thought I had to install plugin but looks like it's included already. –  Jason Apr 22 '13 at 21:34

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