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Help pages for HTML-Kit

HTML-Kit

Hi. You arrived to my help pages for HTML-Kit. These pages have following page groups in the main menu:

- general info about pages, for example last changes, how topic groups relate with each others and general instructions

- many kinds of index pages, for example table of contents (the site map of Help pages for HTML-Kit)

- the most important pages - actual help pages

- lists standard and proprietary (X)HTML and WML tags

- lists CSS1-CSS3 and some proprietary CSS<

I have made for HTML-Kit some plug-ins menus, which don't work in any other application. Letters TM refer to my name (Tapio Markula) and the author of the application recommend me to use that prefix in my plug-ins menus in order to separate them from other menus.

These help pages are either quite thoroughly information about the menus itself or common information about the computer languages, which they concern. That's why they might be useful also people, who don't use HTML-Kit.

Because these help pages are in the same folder, where I have the Introduction to CSS[S], all help pages (except some additional pages) have direct links to the CSS-site. These pages don't however belong to the actual introduction to CSS. I refer sometimes to these help pages, because they deserve additional information some CSS, HTML or XML related issues.

HTML-Kit Home page.

I hope that you could find from my site what you are looking for and my site could give for you much pleasure!

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Help pages has been last edited 09.09.2003