When editing pages with many images it can be difficult to remember the name of every image, especially if the file names aren't very descriptive. HTML-Kit's RichHint feature makes it possible to preview the image at the cursor, without having to track down the images in the preview window.
Depending on how the Firefox / Firebird browser is installed, the auto-detect feature may not be able to find it. This page describes how to add Firefox / Firebird to the list of browsers that can be used to preview the current file.
Supporting different screen sizes while maintaining the original look-and-feel envisioned for a site is not always easy. HTML-Kit provides multiple options for quickly changing the size of the preview window to make it easier to test pages at pre-set and custom resolutions.
Although it's possible to preview pages in Internet Explorer and Mozilla/Gecko modes inside HTML-Kit while editing pages, testing the final version of pages in external browser windows is a good practice. This FAQ describes how to preview in browsers installed on the system.