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Why tiny HTML Tools?

The Plug-In, as the name suggests, offers some tiny tools for working with HTML.

Why tiny HTML Tools?


The Plug-In, as the name suggests, offers some tiny tools for working with HTML. It was written with the typical experience of generating help-content for plug-in help files such as this in mind, where I usually generate the content and only afterwards do the markup. Also, all HREFs and image-sources point to local project resources.

What is available in tiny HTML Tools?

The plug-in offers help with the following:

  1. Formatting: paragraph, bold, italic, underline, headings 1 through 3
  2. Lists and Tables: bullet lists, numbered lists, conversion of plain text to lists or tables
  3. Links and images: links to local resources as HREF or IMG, capture image-contents from the system clipboard to local resource and generate a link to it

All tags used are largely configurable through the preferences-page.

Obviously, the plug-in was used when this documentation was written. I hope the plug-in serves you well.

What's new?

Version 1.1.0

  1. Removed top-level menu
  2. Context-menu entry should appear for most editors
  3. Changed default key-bindings to remove some conflicts with standard-bindings
  4. Changed license to EPL v1.0 (Open Source!)

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