There are multiple ways you can intent (format or prettify) the content of an HTML file in Notepad++ text editor, let us take a look at a few of the plugins
1. Using XML Tools
As HTML is a special form of XML you can make use of the XML Tools to format your HMTL code.
Go to Plugins -> XML Tools -> Pretty Print
2. Using "Indent by Fold" Tools
Go to Plugins -> Indent by Fold -> Reindent File
Note: You will need to install the "Indent by Fold" plugin using the Plugin Admin to use it.
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