Coda recognizes specially formatted comments in your code as “bookmarks”.These bookmarks appear in the Code Navigator pane, and allow you to jump to the corresponsing line of text with a single click.Remove ones you're not working on and add them back when you are.
I personally, have turned it into the list view and love it. Opening a Site sets your file paths, your root URLs, where your files Publish to, source control settings, and more. And it's all wrapped up in our Sites, which get you started quickly. If your project needs server-side processing (PHP, Cookies, etc), there's one switch to flip. Code Kit stores your project's settings in a file named .See the "Complex Sites" section in Browser Refreshing. You don't have to change a bunch of settings every time you add a new project. When you change a setting in the UI, that file updates immediately.After all this seems to be the direction of software – even Mozilla is updating its browser on a far more aggresive timescale.