Here you have it, the first screencast to demonstrate HTML editing (8 MB).
It’s a bit short in content as it only shows how to create HTML tags (and a bit of multi-line editing towards the end), but at seven and a half minute, I figured it was best to keep it like that, and I guess tag creation is the number one productivity gain for HTML writers.
Update: Be vary of kernel panics if you pause and restart this video (see comments). Probably only a problem on Intel Macs.
Update 2: I have re-encoded the screencast as H.264 with 10fps and automatic key frame generation. I think that’s fairly standard, so hopefully no more kernel panics or crashing Quicktime. And if you wonder, yes, it’s now 306 KB larger!
The things demonstrated are (from the HTML bundle):
- Insert Open/Close Tag (With Current Word)
- per tag snippets
- Wrap Selection in Open/Close Tag
- Wrap Each Selected Line in Open/Close Tag
- Insert Closing Tag
And my sidestepping show how to re-indent, fold, and edit a bunch of list items, including how to edit the end of each line, when they have variable lengths, using Edit Each Line in Selection.