To the right of the work area, click on the icon that looks like a LEGO(r) brick. This will open the Extension Manager.
You can browse a list of available extensions in the Available tab of the Extension Manager, and click Install to install an extension with one click. This list comes from the Brackets Registry, a web app that makes it easy for extension authors to upload new extensions. The registry doesn't yet have the full set of extensions from the original wiki page list (see below), but over time it should become more complete.
You can remove an extension from Extension Manager by clicking on the Remove button in the item's listing in the "Installed" tab.
If you're an extension author, please upload your extension to the registry at https://brackets-registry.aboutweb.com, and move your listing on this page to the "Moved Extensions" list. Our hope is to eventually migrate all the extensions into the registry. For more information, see Extension Registry Help.
If you've installed an extension from the registry and the developer has uploaded an update, an Update button will appear next to it in the Installed tab, and you can simply click on that button to update it.
If you installed the extension using the "Install from URL" dialog, and you have a URL for a newer version (or the GitHub repo has been updated since you installed it), you can just use the "Install from URL" dialog again to update it.
You can manually install extensions that aren't in the registry yet by choosing File > Extension Manager... (or clicking on the "brick" icon in the toolbar), then clicking the Install from URL... button at the bottom. From there, you can install most of the extensions below by doing the following:
(Some extensions might not work by just copying and pasting the GitHub repo URL if they have submodules. Authors who post such extensions are encouraged to link directly to a ZIP file with all the submodules included.)
Here's a list of extensions that people have built that haven't yet been uploaded to the registry. If you write an extension, please upload it to the Brackets registry at https://brackets-registry.aboutweb.com instead of posting it here. Once all the existing extensions have been moved, we'll be deprecating this page.
Also be sure to use the Brackets Shortcuts page to see which shortcuts are available and also to add the shortcuts that you have used. Thanks!
Editing & Navigation
Snippets & Shorthand
External Tools & Online Content
relattribute urls in editor on
ALT+0shortcut. Currently works only with existing files.
Linting & Warnings
Testing & Code Metrics
Fun & Games
These extensions are now available via the Brackets Registry, which is definitely the easiest way to get the extensions and keep them up-to-date.
CTRL+ALT+Ofor opening folder containing document opened in editor. (Brackets Sprint 25 includes an enhanced version of this functionality: when invoked on a file, the file is automatically selected inside its containing folder).
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