The HTML Reference LibraryFrom Bill on 6 April '99
replying to HTML posted by Guillermo Uruchurtu
>Now I don't use any editor, but sometimes I forget the right syntax, and I have to open a book.
I don't know anyone who could keep all of the syntax in their head
and maintain a social life. Even pro-coders need a point of reference,
especially on a Monday morning.
Stephen Le Hunte developed the HTML Reference Library. It is a free
"tutorial" available at http://hot.virtual-pc.com/htmlib/. The
program sits on your machine and you simply access it like any other
help application. The only downside is that you will need to have
Internet Explorer installed on your machine.
I use it most when I'm building forms, but all of the basic elements
are included as well.