Output from ForeHTML 5.02a
Note: ForeHTML is no longer commercially available. Its developer, ForeFront Technologies, closed its doors in 2001.
Notes from Dana Cline
- First heading is an H1 style, all others are H2. I modified ForeHTML's existing H1 and H2 styles to change the font, size, and color.
- Body text uses a modified P style, Arial 10pt, with a 9pt bottom margin.
- Both tables use a 1-pixel border, but are otherwise default tables.
- For item 3 of the complex table, I had to specify the numbers to restart at 3, because of the P paragraph between items 2 and 3.
- ForeHelp writes all HTML styles to the CSS file regardless of whether those styles are actually used. They can be deleted from ForeHelp or by editing the CSS file. In addition, ForeHelp can be told to not write the CSS, allowing you to customize it and have the changes stick.
In order for an HTML file to be valid, it must at minimum include both a DOCTYPE statement on the first line of the file and a <meta> tag specifying the correct character set for the file. The HTML file we produced with ForeHelp contained neither of these required elements. We added both a DOCTYPE statement and a character set specification to the generated file so that you can view the W3C validation report for the remainder of the HTML file.
the W3C HTML validation report for this HTML file
(To see the complete report, click the Revalidate button on the next page.)
- View the W3C CSS validation report for this CSS file
If you have ForeHTML 5.02a installed, you can download the ForeHelp project backup file and inspect the project for yourself.