TextMate — CSS File Type for .css.liquid extensions

The default Liquid bundle will conflict with CSS Liquid files meaning syntax highlighting will off for CSS Liquid.

I had to switch between CSS and HTML Liquid since both files have .liquid endings.

To add css.liquid to the CSS language, push cmd+option+control+L, click on CSS, click on CSS again, and add ‘css.liquid’ to the ‘fileTypes’ line.

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