HTML page - example

·Open new HTML document. This will also load the clip definition file for HTML, including syntax highlighting.  
·Press CTRL+SPACE, choose html (or write html and press SHIFT+SPACE) - you get HTML page base structure  
·Use other clips (CTRL+SPACE) or their assigned shortcuts (chapter about clips) to write what you need.  
·Create or open other pages  
·I recommend you use clips shortcuts like CTRL+Enter, CTRL+B, CTRL+I, .... See what these hotkeys do at: Settings / Clips Hotkeys, (This is empty if there are not shortcuts assigned in the .DEF file for this file type.) For example, when you are in an HTML document, CTRL+B creates a set of bold tags <b></b> with your cursor in the middle of them. If you select your text before hitting CTRL+B, the text will be surrounded by the bold tags.  
·Mark main HTML page (index.html) as "Main page" - Ctrl+M for better visibility.  
·Press F10 anytime to see result of your work in the default application, which in this case is the built-in browser.  
·Press SHIFT+CTRL+E to see Code Explorer for better code orientation  

How to effectively use program

·after selecting a block of lines, you can increase or decrease indentation - SHIFT+CTRL+U SHIFT+CTRL+I or Tab / Shift+Tab  
·use clips (CTRL+SPACE)  
·Use hotkeys. Intead Ctrl+Space, select "B" tag, you can select your text and press Ctrl+B (in HTML document).  
·you can use UNDO and REDO at any time  
·you can simply reopen file before you save it, if you are not happy with your changes Ctrl+R  
·use bookmarks for quick orientation in code CTRL+LEFT/Right, CTRL+DOWN/Up  
·use context menu - right mouse button  
·use help. Try pressing F1 in various contexts: in the Projects window, in a dialog box, when you mouse has highlighted a pull down menu item.  
·explore and try the various menu tools. Some functions can save you a lot of work