I apologize these are probably a dumb questions. I've used Macromedia's Homesite for years and having trouble figuring out how to do simple things in HTML-Kit Tools.
First, I think my menu bar is missing some general options. Whenever I search how to do something I don't seem to have the options available under the file > edit or tool's submenus. Ex. When I searched how to do something (sorry I can't remember what right now) it said to select Tools > Actions, another said to select Tools > Commands.
Here are two things I've tried to do recently.
1) Add a link to an external style sheet, One of the plugins I installed writes this:
<link href="href" rel="rel" type="type">content</link>
Not sure why "content" is in the default code and it'd be nice if before the code is written to the doc, there was some wizard or dialog box that provided some options. In Homesite you select insert style sheet, then a dialog box appears that allows you to browse for the css file.
2) Edit an existing tag. In Homesite you can right click in any tag and edit it easily. Right click in any tag and a dialog box pops up, hit OK it's all done.
ex. Right click anywhere in <a href.. and a dialog box pops up with the options for UR, title, target etc.
I love the "list wizard" and guessing maybe I'm missing plugins, or not using the ones I have correctly.
Any help greatly appreciated.
HTML-Kit Tools ver.20120815
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