Format, CSS, Text Editor, Options Dialog Box
This dialog box makes it possible for you to change the default formatting settings for the CSS Editor.
To access this dialog box
In Microsoft Visual Web Developer, click Tools, and then click Options.
The Options dialog box opens.
In the left panel, expand the Text Editor node, expand the Format node, and click General.
If you have configured your environment settings for Web development, this element is not available unless you select the Show all settings check box. For more information about environment settings, see How to: Change Select Settings.
Additional cascading style sheet (CSS) options can be found under the HTML Designer node, which is visible if the Show all settings check box is selected.
For more information about style sheets, see Cascading Style Sheet Editing (Visual Studio).
The following UI elements are available in this dialog box. A Preview box is provided to show you an example of the results of your selections.
The following options cause the HTML view, CSS, and XML editors to apply a default case format to the names of CSS attributes and properties during automatic formatting.
Choosing the Lowercase or Uppercase option causes all properties in your HTML markup to be reformatted to the case specified. Setting a default case for attribute and property names can have a significant impact on how your HTML markup interacts with XML, which is case-sensitive.