HTMLcat™ is a complete, all-in-one guide and tutorial about writing documents for the Internet. It also helps you target Internet users who visit your Web site with the most popular browser. If you've used a help file, you know how to use HTMLcat. Topics are open, uncrowded and readable.
Every object in the program is a link. As you move the mouse, links turn into buttons, and a short description is displayed at the top of the window. HTMLcat uses one window, when you select a topic, it replaces the Contents. You will never get lost in layers of windows or dead-end links. Click the Contents button to return to the Contents page. Wherever you are in HTMLcat, context-sensitive pop-up menus make it easy to find related information. You never have to return to the main Contents page or open the Tags window.
At the top of every page, icons are navigation aids, offering context-sensitive information. They show relationships between topics. Context-sensitive menus offer instant access to Internet URLs, special HTML characters and colors, the Font Guesser, plus a unique boilerplate HTML list that you can use to paste HTML code in your documents. HTMLcat is more than just clever navigational aids. It's serious information, presented in a modern, attractive, readable style.