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 # the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
 # Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
 
-VERSION = 1.04
+VERSION = 1.05
 AUTHOR_VERSION = 5.9
 MAINTAINER = XEmacs Development Team <xemacs-beta@xemacs.org>
 PACKAGE = hm--html-menus

File hm--html-mode.info-1

-This is Info file hm--html-mode.info, produced by Makeinfo version 1.68
-from the input file hm--html-mode.texi.
-
-   This file documents the Elisp package `hm--html-menus'.
-
-   Copyright (C) 1997 Heiko Münkel
-
-   Permission is granted to make and distribute verbatim copies of this
-manual provided the copyright notice and this permission notice are
-preserved on all copies.
-
-   Permission is granted to copy and distribute modified versions of
-this manual under the conditions for verbatim copying, provided also
-that the sections entitled "Distribution" and "General Public License"
-are included exactly as in the original, and provided that the entire
-resulting derived work is distributed under the terms of a permission
-notice identical to this one.
-
-   Permission is granted to copy and distribute translations of this
-manual into another language, under the above conditions for modified
-versions, except that the sections entitled "Distribution" and "General
-Public License" may be included in a translation approved by the author
-instead of in the original English.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Top,  Next: License,  Prev: (dir),  Up: (dir)
-
-* Menu:
-
-* License::                     Your rights
-* Overview::                    Overview
-* Distribution::                How to get the latest version
-* Installation::                How to install the package
-* Customization::               How to customize the package
-* Add New Elements::            How to add new HTML elements
-* Use With Other Major Modes::
-* Internal Drag And Drop::      The HTML independent drag and drop package
-* Template Minor Mode::         The HTML independent template package
-* Hints For Emacs 19 Users::    Missing features in the Emacs 19
-* Bug Reports::                 How and to whom you should send bug reports
-* Concept Index::               Concept Index
-* Function Index::              Function Index
-* Variable Index::              Variable Index
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: License,  Next: Overview,  Prev: Top,  Up: Top
-
-License
-*******
-
-   Copyright (C) 1993 - 1997 Heiko Münkel, muenkel@tnt.uni-hannover.de
-
-   This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
-it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any
-later version.
-
-   This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
-WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
-General Public License for more details.
-
-   You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
-Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Overview,  Next: Distribution,  Prev: License,  Up: Top
-
-Overview
-********
-
-   This document describes the Elisp package *hm--html-menus 5.8*.
-
-   The version of the document is:
-$Id$
-
-   The package provides commands and various popup and pulldown menus
-for an HTML mode called "hm--html-mode", a mode for writing HTML pages
-for the World Wide Web (WWW).  It also provides a minor mode
-("hm--html-minor-mode"), which can be used together with other HTML
-major modes, like the psgml-html mode in XEmacs 19.14 or other major
-edit modes, like the perl-mode.
-
-   You can easily view the HTML documents by calling the browsers w3 (a
-nice elisp package from William M. Perry), Netscape, or Mosaic directly
-from the pulldown menu of the mode.
-
-   An integrated (emacs internal) drag and drop interface makes it very
-easy to insert links or images, by just clicking on them.
-
-   When appropriate, identical commands work on selected regions.
-You'll see the same menu items and can use the same keystrokes, whether
-a region is active or not, but if it's active, then the commands are
-operating on the region. Therefore, you don't need to learn different
-menus or keys for similar functions!
-
-   One major design goal of the package was to make it easier to write a
-HTML page, even if you don't know much about HTML. For that I've tried
-to put more knowledge about HTML, URL's and so on in it than an SGML
-based mode could find out from a DTD file. In most cases the user gets
-help to construct a specific link by examples, or by a completion list
-with possible input strings. And you can choose between an expert popup
-menu and an novice popup menu interactively. The novice menu contains
-only the basic HTML elements, so that you're not bothered by the
-quantity of different HTML elements. And if you want to use more HTML
-elements, then you can easily switch to the expert menus.
-
-   You can configure the html mode with a special configuration file for
-your site and with another file specific to a user. Look at the
-customization chapter for this, *Note Customization: Customization.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Distribution,  Next: Installation,  Prev: Overview,  Up: Top
-
-Distribution
-************
-
-   The name of the distribution file is
-`hm--html-menus-<version>.tar.gz', where <VERSION> is the version
-number. The package is part of the XEmacs. You should always find the
-latest version of the package on the following ftp server:
-     *ftp.tnt.uni-hannover.de* in `/pub/editors/xemacs/contrib'
-   You should also find the package in the USA on the ftp server (which
-is mirrored on many other servers in the world):
-     *sunsite.unc.edu* in `/pub/Linux/apps/editors/emacs'
-
-* Menu:
-
-* Contents::                    Contents of the distribution
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Contents,  Prev: Distribution,  Up: Distribution
-
-Contents
-========
-
-   The package consists of the following files:
-
-`README'
-     Please, read this first.
-
-`README-EMACS-19'
-     Some special hints only for GNU Emacs 19 users.
-
-`ANNOUNCEMENT'
-     Text of the announcement of this package.
-
-`LSM'
-     Entry for the Linux Software Map.
-
-`NEWS'
-     The NEWS and Change log file.
-
-`adapt.el'
-     Provides (emulates XEmacs) functions for the use of this package
-     with GNU Emacs 19.
-
-`drop'
-     An xbm file with the drag and drop mouse pointer in the XEmacs.
-
-`dropmsk'
-     An xbm file with the mask for the drag and drop mouse pointer in
-     the XEmacs.
-
-`hm--html.el'
-     Provides functions to write html pages. It defines all commands
-     which insert html elements and entities.
-
-`hm--html-indentation.el'
-     Provides the lisp code for the indentation.
-
-`hm--html-keys.el'
-     Defines the key bindings.
-
-`hm--html-menu.el'
-     Provides the menus.
-
-`hm--html-mode.el'
-     Provides the functions for the definition of the hm-html-mode and
-     the hm-html-minor-mode. This is the main file of the package.
-
-`hm--html-not-standard.el'
-     Provides functions to insert some non standard html elements. This
-     file is not evaluated by default and it may be a bad idea to use
-     it.
-
-`hm--html-configuration.el'
-     Configuration file for the html mode. All the user variables are
-     defined in this file.
-
-`hm--html-drag-and-drop.el'
-     Defines the HTML-specific functions for the drag and drop
-     interface.
-
-`hm--date.el'
-     Defines the function hm-date, which returns the date in the format
-     "day-month-year" like "30-Jun-1993".
-
-`html-view.el'
-     Ron Tapia's html-view.el to view html pages in Mosaic. It is
-     patched for use with XEmacs.
-
-`internal-drag-and-drop.el'
-     Provides the general (html-mode independent) functions of the drag
-     and drop interface.
-
-`templates.doc'
-     Describes the syntax of the templates provided in the file
-     `tmpl-minor-mode.el'
-
-`tmpl-minor-mode.el'
-     Provides functions for the tmpl-minor-mode. With this mode you can
-     expand templates, which are described in the file
-     `templates-syntax.doc' (look at the files
-     `command-description.html.tmpl' and `frame.html.tmpl' for
-     examples).  Templates can be expanded automatically, if you
-     include a file with templates via the html pulldown menu item
-     "Templates ..." or with the item "Templates (fixed dirs)...".
-
-`command-description.html.tmpl'
-     Template file for the use with the tmpl-minor-mode.
-
-`frame.html.tmpl'
-     Template file, provides a simple frame.
-
-`doc/hm--html-mode.texinfo'
-     Package documentation in the Texinfo format.
-
-`doc/umlaute.texinfo'
-     Texinfo include file for German vowel mutation (deutsche Umlaute).
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Installation,  Next: Customization,  Prev: Distribution,  Up: Top
-
-Installation
-************
-
-  1. Put all the *.el files in one of your XEmacs (or emacs) lisp load
-     directories (e.g. site-lisp/hm-html-menus).
-
-  2. *For XEmacs only*: Put the files `drop' and `dropmsk' in the
-     directory specified by the lisp variable `idd-data-directory'. By
-     default it is `<prefix>/lib/xemacs-<version>/etc/idd' (eg: if you
-     have installed the XEmacs 19.15 at your site in `/usr/local', then
-     it is the directory `/usr/local/xemacs/lib/xemacs-19.15/etc/idd'.
-
-     If you'd like to put the files in another directory, then you must
-     set the variable `idd-data-directory' to this directory (eg:
-     `(setq idd-data-directory "/usr/local/data")')
-
-  3. Put the following in your .emacs (or default.el or site-init.el):
-          (autoload 'hm--html-mode "hm--html-mode" "HTML major mode." t)
-          (autoload 'hm--html-minor-mode "hm--html-mode" "HTML minor mode." t)
-          (or (assoc "\\.html$" auto-mode-alist)
-              (setq auto-mode-alist (cons '("\\.html$" . hm--html-mode)
-          				auto-mode-alist)))
-          
-          (autoload 'tmpl-expand-templates-in-buffer "tmpl-minor-mode"
-            "Expand all templates in the current buffer." t)
-          (autoload 'tmpl-expand-templates-in-region "tmpl-minor-mode"
-            "Expands the templates in the region from BEGIN to END.
-          If BEGIN and END are nil, then the current region is used."
-            t)
-          (autoload 'tmpl-insert-template-file-from-fixed-dirs "tmpl-minor-mode"
-            "Inserts a template FILE and expands it, if `tmpl-automatic-expand' is t.
-          This command tries to read the template file from a list of
-          predefined directories (look at `tmpl-template-dir-list') and it filters
-          the contents of these directories with the regular expression
-          `tmpl-filter-regexp' (look also at this variable).
-          The command uses a history variable, which could be changed with the
-          variable `tmpl-history-variable-name'.
-          
-          The user of the command is able to change interactively to another
-          directory by entering at first the string \"Change the directory\".
-          This may be too difficult for the user. Therefore another command
-          called `tmpl-insert-template-file' exist, which doesn't use fixed
-          directories and filters."
-            t)
-          
-          (autoload 'tmpl-insert-template-file "tmpl-minor-mode"
-            "Inserts a template FILE and expand it, if `tmpl-automatic-expand' is t.
-          Look also at `tmpl-template-dir-list', to specify a default template
-          directory.
-          You should also take a look at `tmpl-insert-template-file-from-fixed-dirs'
-          which has additional advantages (and disadvantages :-).
-          
-          ATTENTION: The interface of this function has changed. The old
-          function had the argument list (&optional TEMPLATE-DIR AUTOMATIC-EXPAND).
-          The variables `tmpl-template-dir-list' and `tmpl-automatic-expand' must
-          now be used instead of the args TEMPLATE-DIR and AUTOMATIC-EXPAND."
-            t)
-          
-          (autoload 'html-view-start-mosaic "html-view" "Start Xmosaic." t)
-          (autoload 'html-view-view-buffer
-            "html-view"
-            "View the current buffer in Xmosaic."
-            t)
-          (autoload 'html-view-view-file
-            "html-view"
-            "View a file in Xmosaic."
-            t)
-          (autoload 'html-view-goto-url
-            "html-view"
-            "Goto url in Xmosaic."
-            t)
-          (autoload 'html-view-get-display
-            "html-view"
-            "Get the display for Xmosaic (i.e. hostxy:0.0)."
-            t)
-
-     The above lines assume that you have not already installed another
-     html mode. If this isn't true, then you should use the following:
-          (setq auto-mode-alist (cons '("\\.html$" . hm--html-mode)
-                                      auto-mode-alist))
-
-     instead of:
-          (or (assoc "\\.html$" auto-mode-alist)
-              (setq auto-mode-alist (cons '("\\.html$" . hm--html-mode)
-          			        auto-mode-alist)))
-     If you want to use the hm-html-minor-mode together with the
-     psgml-html modes, then you should add the following line (works
-     only in XEmacs version >= 19.15 and != 20.0):
-          (add-hook 'html-mode-hook 'hm--html-minor-mode)
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Customization,  Next: Add New Elements,  Prev: Installation,  Up: Top
-
-Customization
-*************
-
-   You should be able to use the package after its installation without
-any further customization. But it contains a lot of user variables to
-adapt the package better to your special needs. How to do this is
-described in this chapter.
-
-   Since the XEmacs 19.15 and 20.2 a special package can be used for the
-customization of lisp packages. This package uses now also this
-feature. Therefore you can set all user variables with the help of the
-Customize submenu, which can be selected in the Option menu.  If you use
-it, the variables will currently be saved in a special customization
-file and not in one of the configuration files (*note Customization
-(Configuration) Files: Customization (Configuration) Files.) of this
-package. Please look at the `NEWS' file or the info manuals of the
-XEmacs to find out more about the customization package.
-
-* Menu:
-
-* Customization (Configuration) Files::
-* Customization Variables::
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Customization (Configuration) Files,  Next: Customization Variables,  Prev: Customization,  Up: Customization
-
-Customization (Configuration) Files
-===================================
-
-   This package uses 3 different files to customize the mode, but you
-need not use all of them. Only one of them, the file
-`hm--html-configuration.el' is delivered together with the package.
-The reason for three different files is to provide the opportunity to
-have different customization for the package, the site and the user.
-There's also a pulldown menu item to reload all customization files.
-The files are described in the following sections.
-
-* Menu:
-
-* Where Are All The Customization Variables Defined::
-* Where To Put Site Specific Customization::
-* Where To Put User Specific Customization::
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Where Are All The Customization Variables Defined,  Next: Where To Put Site Specific Customization,  Prev: Customization (Configuration) Files,  Up: Customization (Configuration) Files
-
-Where Are All The Customization Variables Defined
--------------------------------------------------
-
-   All variables which can be used to customize the mode are defined in
-the package configuration file `hm--configuration.el'. You should take
-a look at this file if you don't find how to customize a feature in
-this documentation (the documentation of a program is never as complete
-as its program code :-).
-
-   This file is searched in one of your lisp load directories. You can
-change this by setting the environment variable `HTML_CONFIG_FILE' to
-another file. But I don't recommend this.
-
-   *Note*: This file is loaded before the other customization files, so
-that its definitions could be overwritten. All variables are set by
-`defvar', so that its values could also be overwritten with `setq' in
-any standard emacs customization files (e.g. in `.emacs').
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Where To Put Site Specific Customization,  Next: Where To Put User Specific Customization,  Prev: Where Are All The Customization Variables Defined,  Up: Customization (Configuration) Files
-
-Where To Put Site Specific Customization
-----------------------------------------
-
-   In general all users at a site are writing their html pages for the
-same WWW server. Therefore it is very likely that most of the
-customizations are site specific, and only a few are user specific.
-However, you don't have to use a site specific customization if you
-don't want one.
-
-   If you'd like to make a site specific customization of
-`hm--html-mode', it's possible to put it in a special file called
-`hm--site-configuration-file.el'. If you do this, you have to set
-either the lisp variable `hm--html-site-config-file' or the environment
-variable `HTML_SITE_CONFIG_FILE' to the file and its path. If you write
-the filename without its extension (.el), emacs tries first to load a
-compiled version of the file.
-
-   The environment variables overwrite the lisp variables.
-
-   You can prevent the loading of the site specific customization file
-by starting the emacs with the -no-site-file flag.
-
-   You can also put the site specific customization in any standard
-emacs customization file like, `default.el'. But an advantage to using
-`hm--site-configuration-file.el' is that it is very likely you will be
-able to use this file with future versions of the package. I'll try to
-make it as backward compatible as possible.
-
-   *Note*: This file is loaded after the package customization file and
-before the user customization file.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Where To Put User Specific Customization,  Prev: Where To Put Site Specific Customization,  Up: Customization (Configuration) Files
-
-Where To Put User Specific Customization
-----------------------------------------
-
-   User specific customization can be put in the file
-`.hm--html-configuration.el', which is searched by default in the home
-directory of the user. This can be overwritten by setting either the
-environment variable `HTML_USER_CONFIG_FILE' or the lisp variable
-`hm--html-user-config-file' to the name of the file and its path. If
-you write the filename without its extension (.el), emacs tries first
-to load a compiled version of the file.
-
-   If neither the environment variable nor the lisp variable is set, the
-variable `init-file-user' will be respected. This means, that you'll
-get the `~other-user/.hm--html-configuration.el', if you've started the
-emacs with the options `-u other-user'. In all cases, no user specific
-customization file will be loaded, if the `-q' option was given to the
-emacs.
-
-   You can also put the user specific customization in your `.emacs'.
-It's up to you to decide which way is better.
-
-   *Note*: This file is loaded after the package and the site specific
-one. Therefore it overwrites all other customization files.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Customization Variables,  Prev: Customization (Configuration) Files,  Up: Customization
-
-Customization Variables
-=======================
-
-   In the following subsections the main customization variables are
-described.
-
-* Menu:
-
-* User Name/Signature::
-* Switching Between Expert And Novice Menus ::
-* HTML Doctype::
-* Defaults Used For Generating Links::
-* Templates::
-* Deleting Automounter Path Prefix::
-* Automatic Insert Of Information::
-* Latin 1 Characters::
-* Drag And Drop::
-* Font Lock Keywords::
-* Prefix Keys::
-* Pulldown Menu Names::
-* Hook Variables::
-* Previewing HTML Files::
-* Meta Element::
-* Indentation::
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: User Name/Signature,  Next: Switching Between Expert And Novice Menus,  Prev: Customization Variables,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-User Name/Signature
--------------------
-
-   * `hm--html-username': Your real name. This is used as the name of
-     the signature links. You need only specify it if your name in the
-     file `/etc/passwd' isn't the one you'd like to see in the html
-     files. Otherwise this may be set to `nil'.
-
-   * `hm--html-signature-file': The link used in your signature. In
-     general this should be a link to your home page.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Switching Between Expert And Novice Menus,  Next: HTML Doctype,  Prev: User Name/Signature,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-Switching Between Expert And Novice Menus
------------------------------------------
-
-   * `hm--html-expert': If you're a html novice and don't want to be
-     bothered with lots of possible html elements, then you should use
-     the novice popup menus. For that, set this variable to `nil',
-     which is the default. But if you are more familiar with html and
-     would like to use more html elements, then you should use the
-     expert menus and set this variable to `t'.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: HTML Doctype,  Next: Defaults Used For Generating Links,  Prev: Switching Between Expert And Novice Menus,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-HTML Doctype
-------------
-
-   * `hm--html-html-doctype-version': The HTML version. This is used in
-     the doctype element. Change this if you use non HTML 3.2 elements.
-     This package (*Note version: Overview.) defines by default only
-     HTML 3.2 elements.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Defaults Used For Generating Links,  Next: Templates,  Prev: HTML Doctype,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-Defaults Used For Generating Links
-----------------------------------
-
-   One of the main features of `hm--html-mode' is its easy ways to
-insert special links to html pages, ftp servers, news servers and so
-on. I think that most people will have their own (this may be site
-specific. *Note Where To Put Site Specific Customization: Where To Put
-Site Specific Customization.) favourite servers, directories and so on.
-You may customize the default values and the alists with useful
-alternatives, which are used from the mode in the inserting functions
-for the links.
-
-* Menu:
-
-* Your Favourite HTTP Server::
-* Links to WWW Servers::
-* Links To Files::
-* Links To FTP Servers::
-* Links To Emacs Info Files::
-* Links To Gopher Servers::
-* Links To WAIS Gateways::
-* Links To The Mail Gateway::
-* Links For Sending Mail::
-* Links To The Program Gateway::
-* Links To The Local Program Gateway::
-* URL For Forms And Image Tags::
-* Marking Of Examples::
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Your Favourite HTTP Server,  Next: Links to WWW Servers,  Prev: Defaults Used For Generating Links,  Up: Defaults Used For Generating Links
-
-Your Favourite HTTP Server
-..........................
-
-   * `hm--html-favorite-http-server-host-name': The name of your
-     favorite http server host. It must be specified! This variable is
-     used in many other variables.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Links to WWW Servers,  Next: Links To Files,  Prev: Your Favourite HTTP Server,  Up: Defaults Used For Generating Links
-
-Links to WWW Server
-...................
-
-   * `hm--html-html-hostname:port-default': Default hostname with port
-     for http links to a HTML server.
-
-   * `hm--html-html-hostname:port-alist': Alist with hostnames and ports
-     for http links to HTML servers. It contains useful alternatives.
-
-   * `hm--html-html-path-alist': Alist with directories for the HTML
-     server. Each alist element must consist of a number and a directory
-     string. The number is used to select the directory during the query
-     about the directory for an http link.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Links To Files,  Next: Links To FTP Servers,  Prev: Links to WWW Servers,  Up: Defaults Used For Generating Links
-
-Links To Files
-..............
-
-   * `hm--html-file-path-alist': Alist with directories for the file
-     gateway. Each alist element must consist of a number and a
-     directory string. The number is used to select the directory
-     during the query about the directory for a file link.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Links To FTP Servers,  Next: Links To Emacs Info Files,  Prev: Links To Files,  Up: Defaults Used For Generating Links
-
-Links To FTP Servers
-....................
-
-   * `hm--html-ftp-hostname:port-default': Default hostname with port
-     for links to an ftp server. This is for the default FTP server. In
-     general you don't need to specify a port for this.
-
-   * `hm--html-ftp-hostname:port-alist': Alist with hostnames and ports
-     for links to ftp servers. It contains useful alternatives. In
-     general you don't need to specify ports for the ftp servers.
-
-   * `hm--html-ftp-path-alist': Alist with directories for the ftp
-     server links. It contains useful alternatives with /pub, /pub/gnu
-     and so on. Each alist element must consist of a number and a
-     directory string. The number is used to select the directory
-     during the query about the directory for an ftp link.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Links To Emacs Info Files,  Next: Links To Gopher Servers,  Prev: Links To FTP Servers,  Up: Defaults Used For Generating Links
-
-Links To Emacs Info Files
-.........................
-
-   * `hm--html-info-hostname:port-default': Default hostname with port
-     for the Info gateway.
-
-   * `hm--html-info-hostname:port-alist': Alist with hostnames and ports
-     for Info gateways. It contains useful alternatives.
-
-   * `hm--html-info-path-alist': Alist with directories for the Info
-     gateway. This may be a list with all of your emacs info
-     directories.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Links To Gopher Servers,  Next: Links To WAIS Gateways,  Prev: Links To Emacs Info Files,  Up: Defaults Used For Generating Links
-
-Links To Gopher Servers
-.......................
-
-   There are a lot of useful gopher information servers on the Internet.
-You can access them with a gopher browser or with a WWW browser. In the
-latter case you have to use the gopher gateway.
-
-   * `hm--html-gopher-hostname:port-default': Default hostname with port
-     for links to the default gopher server.
-
-   * `hm--html-gopher-hostname:port-alist': Alist with hostnames and
-     ports for links to gopher servers. It contains useful alternatives.
-
-   * `hm--html-gopher-doctype-default': For gopher links you have to
-     specify the doctype. In most cases this should be the string
-     \"/1\".  Therefore this is the default doctype, but you can change
-     it to another.
-
-   * `hm--html-gopher-doctype-alist': Alist with doctype strings for
-     links to a gopher server. The strings \"/1\", \"/11\" and \"/00\"
-     are the only doctype strings that I know. Please let me know if
-     there are other strings.
-
-   * `hm--html-gopher-anchor-alist': Alist with directories for links to
-     a gopher server. It contains useful alternatives for the main
-     gopher servers. Each alist element must consist of a number and a
-     directory string. The number is used to select the directory
-     during the query about the directory for a local program gateway
-     link.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Links To WAIS Gateways,  Next: Links To The Mail Gateway,  Prev: Links To Gopher Servers,  Up: Defaults Used For Generating Links
-
-Links To WAIS Gateways
-......................
-
-   You can either make a link direct to a WAIS server (it may be that
-not all WWW browsers support this) or an http link to a server (relay
-host) which queries the WAIS server. The variables
-`hm--html-wais-hostname:port-default' and `hm--html-wais-hostname'
-refer to these relay hosts and the variables
-`hm--html-wais-servername:port-default' and
-`hm--html-wais-servername:port-alist' refer to the WAIS servers.
-
-   * `hm--html-wais-hostname:port-default': Default hostname of the
-     relay host with port for the WAIS gateway.
-
-   * `hm--html-wais-hostname:port-alist': Alist with hostnames of
-     possible relay hosts and ports for the WAIS gateway. It contains
-     useful alternatives.
-
-   * `hm--html-wais-servername:port-default': Default WAIS servername
-     with port for the WAIS gateway.
-
-   * `hm--html-wais-servername:port-alist': Alist with WAIS servernames
-     and ports for the WAIS gateway. It contains useful alternatives.
-
-   * `hm--html-wais-path-alist': Alist with directories for the wais
-     gateway.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Links To The Mail Gateway,  Next: Links For Sending Mail,  Prev: Links To WAIS Gateways,  Up: Defaults Used For Generating Links
-
-Links To The Mail Gateway
-.........................
-
-   The following variables are for customizing the insertion of links
-to a mail folder. You need a special server for this, which sends the
-email back to the browser.
-
-   * `hm--html-mail-hostname:port-default': Default hostname with port
-     for the mail gateway.
-
-   * `hm--html-mail-hostname:port-alist': Alist with hostnames and ports
-     for the mail gateway. It contains useful alternatives.
-
-   * `hm--html-mail-path-alist': Alist with directories for the mail
-     gateway. In these directories you'll probably find mail folders.
-     Each alist element must consist of a number and a directory
-     string. The number is used to select the directory during the
-     query about the directory for a mail folder link.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Links For Sending Mail,  Next: Links To The Program Gateway,  Prev: Links To The Mail Gateway,  Up: Defaults Used For Generating Links
-
-Links For Sending Mail
-......................
-
-   * `hm--html-mailto-alist': Alist with mail addresses for the mailto
-     alist.  The value of `user-mail-address' will also be added by the
-     package to this alist.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Links To The Program Gateway,  Next: Links To The Local Program Gateway,  Prev: Links For Sending Mail,  Up: Defaults Used For Generating Links
-
-Links To The Program Gateway
-............................
-
-   The program gateway is a special TNT site specific gateway for
-starting programs out of a html page. The programs are started by a
-special server, which looks in an allowed file to determine if it is
-allowed to start the program. This is necessary because the programs
-are running under the user id of the server. We're only allowed to
-start simple display programs like man, ls and so on.
-
-   * `hm--html-proggate-hostname:port-default': Default hostname with
-     port for the proggate server.
-
-   * `hm--html-proggate-hostname:port-alist': Alist with hostnames and
-     ports for the proggate server. It contains useful alternatives.
-
-   * `hm--html-proggate-allowed-file': The filename (with path) of the
-     proggate allowed file.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Links To The Local Program Gateway,  Next: URL For Forms And Image Tags,  Prev: Links To The Program Gateway,  Up: Defaults Used For Generating Links
-
-Links To The Local Program Gateway
-..................................
-
-   Another TNT site specific way to start programs from a html page.
-These programs are started with the id of the user on the host where the
-client (browser) is running. Therefore no restriction about the allowed
-programs is made. With this you can start only programs and do only
-things, which you can do also without the WWW browser.
-
-   * `hm--html-local-proggate-path-alist': Alist with directories for
-     the local program gateway. Contains directories, where you can find
-     programs.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: URL For Forms And Image Tags,  Next: Marking Of Examples,  Prev: Links To The Local Program Gateway,  Up: Defaults Used For Generating Links
-
-URL For Forms And Image Tags
-............................
-
-   * `hm--html-url-alist': Alist with URL's for FORMS and IMAGE tags.
-     The cdr of each list contains symbols, which specifies the use of
-     the URL.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Marking Of Examples,  Prev: URL For Forms And Image Tags,  Up: Defaults Used For Generating Links
-
-Marking Of Examples
-...................
-
-   The following variables are for marking the examples in the help
-buffer.
-
-   * `hm--html-help-foreground': The foreground color for highlighting
-     examples.
-
-   * `hm--html-help-background': The background color for highlighting
-     examples.
-
-   * `hm--html-help-font': The font for highlighting examples.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Templates,  Next: Deleting Automounter Path Prefix,  Prev: Defaults Used For Generating Links,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-Templates
----------
-
-   For inserting html template files you can customize where you keep
-your templates.
-
-   * `hm--html-template-dir': A directory with template files.  It is
-     now also possible to use it as a list of directories.  Look at the
-     variable `tmpl-template-dir-list' for further descriptions.  If
-     this variable is set to a non-existent directory, then it defaults
-     to the directory where the package is in XEmacs. This is done
-     during loading the file `hm--html-configuration.el' (*Note Where
-     Are All The Customization Variables Defined: Where Are All The
-     Customization Variables Defined.).  This may only be useful in
-     XEmacs >= 19.12.
-
-   * `hm--html-frame-template-file': File which is used as template for
-     a html frame. An example is in the package *hm-html-menus*. *Note
-     Contents: Contents.
-
-   * `hm--html-automatic-expand-templates': Automatic expansion of
-     templates. This feature needs the file `tmpl-minor-mode.el' from
-     Heiko Münkel (`muenkel@tnt.uni-hannover.de'), which is distributed
-     with the package hm-html-menus.
-
-   * `hm--html-template-filter-regexp': Regexp for filtering out non
-     (html) template files in a directory.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Deleting Automounter Path Prefix,  Next: Automatic Insert Of Information,  Prev: Templates,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-Deleting Automounter Path Prefix
---------------------------------
-
-   * `hm--html-delete-wrong-path-prefix': If non-nil, it specifies
-     path-prefixes which should be deleted in paths.  The Sun
-     automounter adds a temporary prefix to the automounted directories
-     (at our site the prefix is /tmp_mnt). But you can't select such a
-     path if the automounter has currently not mounted the directory,
-     and so you can't follow an html link which consists of such a
-     path. To overcome this behaviour, you can set this variable to the
-     prefix (e.g. "/tmp_mnt"). After that, the prefix should be
-     stripped from the paths during the creation of the links.
-     ATTENTION: This variable is used as a regular expression!  It can
-     be set to a string or to a list of strings.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Automatic Insert Of Information,  Next: Latin 1 Characters,  Prev: Deleting Automounter Path Prefix,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-Automatic Insert Of Information
--------------------------------
-
-   The `hm--html-mode' automatically inserts some useful information in
-html pages. This behaviour can be changed by the following variables.
-
-   * `hm--html-automatic-create-title-date': t => A date string will be
-     inserted in the title line. This will be updated each time before
-     file saving, if `hm--html-automatic-update-title-date' is also set
-     to t.
-
-   * `hm--html-automatic-update-title-date': t => The date in the title
-     line will be updated before file saving.  nil => No automatic
-     update of the date.
-
-   * `hm--html-automatic-created-comment': t => A "created comment"
-     line will be added.  nil => No automatic insert of a "created
-     comment" line.
-
-   * `hm--html-created-comment-prefix': The prefix text of the "created
-     comment" lines. By default this is set to "Created by: ".
-
-   * `hm--html-comment-infix': The infix (second part) of the "created
-     comment" and the "changed comment" lines. By default, if this
-     variable is nil, the value of `hm--html-username' or, if this
-     variable is also nil, the return value of `(user-full-name)' will
-     be used.  In these cases the infix looks like "Heiko Münkel, ".
-
-     Set it to an empty string, if you don't want to have your name in
-     the comments.
-
-   * `hm--html-automatic-changed-comment': t => A "changed comment"
-     line will be added before file saving.  nil => No automatic insert
-     of a "changed comment" line.
-
-   * `hm--html-changed-comment-prefix': The prefix text of the "changed
-     comment" lines. By default this is set to "Changed by: ".
-
-   * `hm--html-automatic-create-modified-line': t => Some commands will
-     insert a visible "modified" line with the current date, if such a
-     line does not exist already. If it already exist, the date in the
-     line will be updated. Visible means, that it is not a HTML
-     comment. By default it looks like the following: `<EM>Modified
-     24-May-1997</EM>'
-
-   * `hm--html-automatic-update-modified-line': t => The visible
-     "modified" line will be updated with the current date before file
-     saving. If such a line does not exist, nothing will be done.
-
-   * `hm--html-modified-prefix': Prefix of the "modified" line.  By
-     default it is set to `"Modified: "'.
-
-   * `hm--html-modified-start-tag': Start tag of the modified line.  By
-     default it is `<EM>'. If you change this, you'll need to change
-     also `hm--html--modified-end-tag'.
-
-   * `hm--html-modified-end-tag': End tag of the modified line.  By
-     default it is `</EM>'. If you change this, you'll need to change
-     also `hm--html-modified-start-tag'.
-
-   * `hm--html-modified-insert-before': The "modified line" will be
-     inserted before this string. The search will be done from the end
-     to the beginning. And the "modified line" will be put at least
-     before the `</HTML>' and the `</BODY>' tags.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Latin 1 Characters,  Next: Drag And Drop,  Prev: Automatic Insert Of Information,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-Latin 1 Characters
-------------------
-
-   * `hm--html-bind-latin-1-char-entities': Set this to nil, if you
-     don't want to use the ISO Latin 1 character entities.  This is only
-     useful if `hm--html-use-old-keymap' is set to nil. It is only used
-     when loading the html package the first time.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Drag And Drop,  Next: Font Lock Keywords,  Prev: Latin 1 Characters,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-Drag And Drop
--------------
-
-   * `hm--html-idd-create-relative-links': If t, then the
-     `hm--html-idd-*' functions create relative links.  Otherwise
-     absolute links are used. The idd functions are used for drag and
-     drop.
-
-   * `hm--html-idd-actions': The action list for the destination mode
-     `hm--html-mode'.  Look at the description of the variable
-     idd-actions.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Font Lock Keywords,  Next: Prefix Keys,  Prev: Drag And Drop,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-Font Lock Keywords
-------------------
-
-   * `hm--html-font-lock-keywords-1': Subdued level highlighting for
-     `hm--html-mode'.
-
-   * `hm--html-font-lock-keywords-2': Gaudy level highlighting for
-     `hm--html-mode'.
-
-   * `hm--html-font-lock-keywords': Default expressions to highlight in
-     the `hm--html-mode'.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Prefix Keys,  Next: Pulldown Menu Names,  Prev: Font Lock Keywords,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-Prefix Keys
------------
-
-   * `hm--html-minor-mode-prefix-key': The prefix key for the key tables
-     in the minor mode `hm--html-minor-mode'.
-
-   * `hm--html-mode-prefix-key': The prefix key for the keys in the
-     major mode `hm--html-mode'.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Pulldown Menu Names,  Next: Hook Variables,  Prev: Prefix Keys,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-Pulldown Menu Names
--------------------
-
-   Perhaps you'd like to change the names to get the same menu names in
-the major and in the minor modes of the `hm--html-menus' package.
-
-   * `hm--html-mode-pulldown-menu-name': The name of the pulldown menu
-     in the major html mode.
-
-   * `hm--html-minor-mode-pulldown-menu-name': The name of the pulldown
-     menu in the minor html mode.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Hook Variables,  Next: Previewing HTML Files,  Prev: Pulldown Menu Names,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-Hook Variables
---------------
-
-   You may use the following two variables, if you'd like to call
-special functions each time the major html mode is entered or the
-package is loaded.
-
-   * `hm--html-mode-hook': This hook will be called each time
-     `hm--html-mode' is invoked.
-
-   * `hm--html-load-hook': Hook variable to execute functions after
-     loading the package.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Previewing HTML Files,  Next: Meta Element,  Prev: Hook Variables,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-Previewing HTML Files
----------------------
-
-   The following two variables are only used, if you preview html
-documents with `Mosaic'.  There are also some other variables in
-`hmtl-view.el'. *Note Contents: Contents. Look at that file if you have
-trouble with the functions to preview the html document with `Mosaic'.
-
-   * `html-view-mosaic-command': The command that runs `Mosaic' on your
-     system.
-
-   * `html-sigusr1-signal-value': Value for the SIGUSR1 signal on your
-     system. See, usually, `/usr/include/sys/signal.h'.
-          	SunOS 4.1.x	: (setq html-sigusr1-signal-value 30)
-          	SunOS 5.x	: (setq html-sigusr1-signal-value 16)
-          	Linux		: (setq html-sigusr1-signal-value 10))
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Meta Element,  Next: Indentation,  Prev: Previewing HTML Files,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-Meta Element
-------------
-
-   * `hm--html-meta-name-alist': Alist with possible names for the name
-     or http-equiv attribute of meta. Currently I know of the names
-     `Expires', `Keys' and `Author'. Please send me
-     (*muenkel@tnt.uni-hannover.de*) an email, if you know other
-     standard html names for the meta element.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Indentation,  Prev: Meta Element,  Up: Customization Variables
-
-Indentation
------------
-
-   * `hm--html-disable-indentation': Set this to t if you want to
-     disable indentation in `hm--html-mode'.  And maybe send me
-     (*muenkel@tnt.uni-hannover.de*) a note why you did this.
-
-   * `hm--html-inter-tag-indent': The indentation after a start tag.
-
-   * `hm--html-comment-indent': The indentation of a comment.
-
-   * `hm--html-intra-tag-indent': The indentation after the start of a
-     tag.
-
-   * `hm--html-tag-name-alist': An alist with tag names known by
-     `hm--html-mode'. It is used to determine if a tag is a one element
-     tag or not. In the future it should also be used to get possible
-     parameters of the tag. Use lower case characters in this list!!!!
-     If you have problems with the indentation of
-     `:hm--html-one-or-two-element-tag' elements, then you should set
-     them to either `:hm--html-one-element-tag' or
-     `:hm--html-two-element-tag', depending on how you use these
-     elements. In the future I'll try to implement a better indentation
-     for these elements.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Add New Elements,  Next: Use With Other Major Modes,  Prev: Customization,  Up: Top
-
-Add New Elements
-****************
-
-   If you'd like to add new HTML elements to this package, you should
-first take a look at the file `hm--html-not-standard.el', which already
-contains some non-standard elements. If you find your tags there, you
-should uncomment the line `(require 'hm--html-not-standard)' in the
-file `hm--html-mode.el'. There are also menu entries for these elements
-in the file `hm--html-menu.el', which are commented out. Don't forget to
-recompile the changed lisp files after that!
-
-   If you don't find your new elements there, you should do the
-following steps to add them:
-
-  1. Locate a tag which is similar to the one you want to add. "Similar"
-     means that it is inserted in the way you want to insert the new
-     tags. Now let's assume, that you chose `<strong></strong>'.
-
-  2. Look at the file `hm--html.el' and search the function(s) which
-     inserts the similar tag(s). If the HTML element consists of only
-     one tag, then there should be only one function for inserting the
-     tag.  If the element consists of a start and an end tag, there are
-     at least two functions. Only in some special cases, if it is
-     possible to insert elements with different attribute values, are
-     there more than two functions. In the case of `<strong></strong>',
-     there are the two functions `hm--html-add-strong' and
-     `hm--html-add-strong-to-region'.  The first one is used if no
-     region is active, and the second if a region is active. The naming
-     scheme of these functions is always HM-HTML-ADD-<TAGNAME> and
-     HM-HTML-ADD-<TAGNAME>-TO-REGION.  <TAGNAME> is not in all cases
-     the tagname. Sometimes a more human readable name is used (e.g.
-     bold instead of b).
-
-  3. To get the right indentation for the new tags you should add an
-     entry for them to the variable `hm--html-tag-name-alist', which is
-     defined in `hm--html-configuration.el'.  Let's assume that the new
-     tagname is `foo'. The entry in `hm--html-tag-name-alist' should be
-               ("foo" (:hm--html-one-element-tag t))
-     if the new element consists only of one tag (`img' is such an
-     element) or
-               ("foo" (:hm--html-two-element-tag t))
-     if the new element consists of two tags (`strong' is such an
-     element) or
-               ("foo" (:hm--html-one-or-two-element-tag t))
-     if the new element consists of two tags, but it is permissible to
-     use the start tag without its end tag (`p' is such an element).
-
-   Now you are ready and able to insert the new tags with
-     	M-x hm--html-add-foo
-   and
-     	M-x hm--html-add-foo-to-region
-
-   If you want to add the new commands also to the popup menu, then you
-have to take a look at `hm--html-menu.el', where all the menus are
-defined. Look at `hm--html-menu-noregion-expert' and
-`hm--html-menu-region-expert'. The first one is used if no region is
-active, and the second if a region is active (both are only available
-if the "expert menus" are used; this is an option in the pulldown
-menu). You should now add an entry like
-     	["Foo" hm--html-add-foo t]
-   to the `hm--html-menu-noregion-expert' variable and an entry
-     	["Foo" hm--html-add-foo-to-region t]
-   to the `hm--html-menu-region-expert' variable (only if
-`hm--html-add-foo-to-region' exists). You can do this by setting the
-whole variable to a new value or by using the function
-`add-menu-button'. I recommend the last method.
-
-   If you'd like to have a key sequence for inserting the new tag as
-well, take a look at `hm--html-keys.el'. There are different key tables
-defined for region and no region cases and for different sorts of
-elements, like anchors, frame elements (doesn't mean the Netscape
-element frame) and so on. These "groups" are the same as the submenu
-groups.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Use With Other Major Modes,  Next: Internal Drag And Drop,  Prev: Add New Elements,  Up: Top
-
-Use With Other Major Modes
-**************************
-
-   The package provides a minor mode called `hm--html-minor-mode',
-which could be used to join the features of this package with other HTML
-packages or use it's features in other major edit modes. This is
-usefull, if you'd like to extend another HTML mode or if you'll write
-program code, which contain HTML parts.
-
-   Currently this is tested with the psgml-html mode, the `perl-mode'
-and the `java-mode'. Please let me know if it works or not with other
-packages.
-
-   If you'd like to use the minor mode in psgml-html mode, put the
-following line in your `.emacs':
-
-          (add-hook 'html-mode-hook 'hm--html-minor-mode)
-
-   Note: This should work only in XEmacs versions greater than 19.14
-and not in 20.0. It doesn't work in other versions because the hook
-variable `html-mode-hook' doesn't exist in those versions. Therefore in
-those versions you must either call the minor mode by hand or change the
-lisp file of the psgml-html mode.
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Internal Drag And Drop,  Next: Template Minor Mode,  Prev: Use With Other Major Modes,  Up: Top
-
-Internal Drag And Drop
-**********************
-
-   The file `internal-drag-and-drop.el', which is shipped with
-`hm--html-menus', provides a general package for internal drag and drop
-in emacs. "General" means that it can be used apart from
-`hm--html-mode' in any other mode.
-
-   You can start such an action by clicking with the mouse in the source
-buffer and then in the destination buffer. The action may depend on the
-points where you've clicked with the mouse, on the state of the region,
-the point, the mark and any other properties of the source and the
-destination buffers. The actions are defined by the variable
-`idd-actions', which is a buffer local variable.
-
-* Menu:
-
-* Drag And Drop Customization::
-* The Drag And Drop Commands::
-
-
-File: hm--html-mode.info,  Node: Drag And Drop Customization,  Next: The Drag And Drop Commands,  Prev: Internal Drag And Drop,  Up: Internal Drag And Drop
-
-Drag And Drop Customization
-===========================
-
-   Since the XEmacs 19.15 and 20.2 a special package can be used for the
-customization of lisp packages. The internal drag and drop package uses
-now also this feature. Therefore you can set all user variables with the
-help of the Customize submenu, which can be selected in the Option menu.
-If you use it, the variables will currently be saved in a special
-customization file. Please look at the `NEWS' file or the info manuals
-of the XEmacs to find out more about the customization package.
-
-   The internal drag and drop functions may be used in all modes.
-Therefore their general customization isn't done in
-`hm--html-configuration.el'. Its variables are defined in the file
-`internal-drag-and-drop.el' instead. You can set them in your `.emacs'
-or in one of the other emacs init files (e.g.  `default.el'). The
-following subsections describe the main customization variables.
-
-* Menu:
-
-* Defining The Drag And Drop Actions::
-* The Mouse Bindings::
-* The Drag And Drop Mouse Pointer::
-