Exporting the HTML-Kit Workspace settings from one system to another can be a time consuming process when dealing with more than a handful of FTP servers. This document describes how to export and import Workspace settings using the Windows registry editor.
When editing files that reside in folders with many sub-folders, being able to view the list of files before the folders could make it easier to access and open files from the Workspace. HTML-Kit's default behavior of listing folders can be changed on a server/folder basis in such cases.
Once HTML-Kit is configured as the default application for opening HTML files, it maybe necessary to uncheck the Edit | Preferences | Programs | File Associations | Open HTML files using HTML-Kit option and reassign the default file association to be able to open HTML files in another application. This document discusses how to associate HTML files with another application.
HTML-Kit's functionality can be extended using plugins that range from buttons for inserting code to specialized utilities to advanced side-by-side applications. This document includes information on how to get started and where to look for samples, tutorials and other details related to developing plugins.
Starting with HTML-Kit Build 292, the editor context menu can be dynamically updated using plugins. This document contains sample code that can be used to create right-click menu plugins and with dynamically created icons.
Get started in authoring interactive templates that can prompt for user input and dynamically update the output. No programming experience is required since these types of templates can be created using the Plugins Generator's graphical user interface.
This document is a cross-reference of HKPAPI functions / parameters, and hkScript functions that are found in the sample plugins and other published plugins with source code written in all supported languages.
Would you like to have context-sensitive access to your bookmarks and other references related to HTML tags, CSS properties, and other items? This document describes how to customize HTML-Kit's F1 keyword help system to include new references.
HTML-Kit may issue an error message when trying to update files locked by the Microsoft IIS (Internet Information Server) web service. This is by design. This document includes details and possible workarounds.
By default HTML-Kit will support deprecated keyboard shortcuts for copying, cutting and pasting text -- Ctrl+Insert, Shift+Delete and Shift+Insert. These shortcuts have been replaced by now standard Ctrl+C, Ctrl+X and Ctrl+V keys. This document describes how to disable the deprecated shortcut keys.
When editing pages that contain server-side scripts (such as ASP, JSP, Perl, PHP, etc.) or server side includes (SSI), it may be necessary to go through a web server to be able to preview the final result. This document describes how to configure HTML-Kit to preview pages through a local or a remote server.
Why switch between two browsers when it's possible to preview pages in Internet Explorer and Netscape / Mozilla modes, side-by-side? This document describes how to utilize HTML-Kit's Preview in Preview feature by enabling the Gecko preview mode.