Forgive me if this is a really stupid question, but I haven’t found any answers yet – or maybe I don’t know the correct thing to ask for.
Given the following files that are part of the same project:
(and a MyProject.py that runs on the server to make things happen)
. . . where all three of these items are related and are actually part of a single project and they need to integrate together.
The “html” part of VS code makes sure the html is correct.
The “css” part of VS code makes sure the css is correct.
In other words, not only do I want to know if the individual files are syntactically correct, but do they agree with each other?
If there is a “something” that does this, what is it called?
Your best option for knowing if code is correct, would be a linter but that won’t help you with the issues you face if you’re calling elements that don’t exist or did you’ll want to improve how you code these functions/events.
As requested submitted as an answer for the OP.