Here's a screenshot of the new version:
Options & Interface
- The overall layout hasn't changed much, but the rest of the UI has been updated
- It's gone flat, which is both hip and trendy
- The code editor now uses Pastel on Dark instead of a light theme
- Some options have been simplified
- XHTML and older HTML doctypes are no longer supported. From now on, the service assumes HTML5.
- The ability to add empty lines to improve code clarity was added
- The options for CSS haven't changed—they were already perfect ;)
- Media queries will no longer break, thanks to a fork of CSS Tidy
- The break chained methods option was added
- HTML5 Tidy has been updated
- CSS Tidy has been updated using a fork
- JS Beautify has been updated
- Ace Editor has been updated
I'd like to take a moment to thank Smashing Magazine, who's tweets and Facebook posts helped propel DirtyMarkup from about 1,000 users to over 34,000 users a month. I'd also like to thank everyone who's posted about it on their blogs, Twitter, etc. Help keep it growing by telling your friends and followers about DirtyMarkup!