The HTML Extensions Library contains some tag definitions that act as abbreviations for often used sequences of HTML tags. You need to insert
< include name="htmlext.hei" />
into the beginning of your page to use the following functions.
< showlink src />
src should be a legal link. <Showlink> writes the link on the screen and makes it a link to itself.
< showmail src />
src must be an email address. <Showmail> writes the email address on the screen and makes it a link to itself.
< red > ... </red>
Prints the included text in red. Also green, blue, yellow, black, and white environments are available.
< box bgcolor=null border=null > ... </box>
Print the inner part in a
< hspace n=1 c=" " />
Writes n times the &bsp character creating some empty horizontal space. Just like this. Also another character can be used e.g. < hspace "10" "."> produces ...........
< vspace n=1 c="<br>" />
Writes n times the <br> tag creating some empty
< mheitml />
< RADpage />
< signheitml />
Writes: "This page was dynamically generated by heitml"
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