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     *Can I use font-lock with yahtml?

*Must I install YaTeX even if I don't use LaTeX?
	No.  Get the files starting with "yahtml" from
	and that's all you will need.

*Can I use font-lock with yahtml?
	Yes.  Native font-lock  support started at yahtml-1.69.  All you
	have to  do for font-lock-ing, is  to load font-lock beforehand.
	If you had added such workaround as
		(put 'yahtml-mode 'font-lock-defaults 'another-html-mode)
	in hooks, please remove it!
*I usually use EUC, but need JIS coding on some files.
	(setq yahtml-kanji-code 3) ;3 for EUC
	and your default kanji code for HTML files will be EUC.
	Now to change codings foe selected files.  If your server is
	Apache, then prepare a file named ".htaccess" in the directory
	and write

	    AddType "text/html; charset=iso-2020-jp" .html

	Apache will now inform all your visitors that the html files
	in this directory are in iso-2022-jp, aka JIS.  yahtml will
	also follow this and encode all files in this directory with JIS.

	Not using Apache? Then adding the following to the end of your
	html source will make this files coding system JIS.


	Note that Emacs-20 and XEmacs do not need the "*" in the kanji
	code symbol.

[What about...]
*Indentation for a large file is slow
	Should be fixed.
*Inserting template.html
	Use autoinsert.el that comes with Emacs19/Mule2.  Another
	option is to use auto-insert-tkld.  The latter can be found at
	Examples in Japanese are at
*How do I pronounce yahtml
	A real FAQ.  The author doesn't know either.  Any ideas?
	... It hits on me!  We define the official name of yahtml as;
	"Ya" is the Japanese word whose meaning is `shop', and sometimes
	`enthusiast' of something.  With  HTML-Ya, do the publishment of
	your thought efficiently and beautifully!
*Mailing lists?

	A question, so an answer. The mailing list for YaTeX (Wild Bird)
	and it's  implementation to Vz Editor; LaiTeX  (Thunder Bird, by
	KATSURAGAWA Naoki), implementation  to Wz Editor; HackTeX (Swan,
	by TAKENAKA  Hiroshi), implementation to  Hidemaru Editor; HiTeX
	(Flying  Bird, by YASUDA  Haruyuki) is  "fj Wild  Bird Society".
	Send a mail like

		To: yatex@yatex.org
		Subject: append
		My name is yuuji.
		See any birds fly by?
	and you're in.  Once you're in, you'll get a reply with lists of
	commands used in  the mailing list.  Join along  and help adding
	new feathers to Wild Bird.   BTW, if you haven't guessed it yet,
	yes,  this mailing  list  is in  Japanese.   But give  us a  try
	anyway.  You're always welcome.
*How to get the up-to-date information on yahtml?
	If you can access WWW, try to see;
	And if  you trace the link  of `yatex-current', you  can get the
	really latest version of yahtml.  Since it collects the elisps in
	the author's source directory, what  you'll get may contain some
	errors.  The author   cannot    respond to  your  query    about
*Help, help HELP!!
	Ways of getting answers in fastest order.

	*Look for someone near you who knows what's he/she's doing.
	*Post a question to the mailing list.
	*Send mail to yuuji@yatex.org
	take a pick.
*Picking a question in this file with C-u C-x $ and hitting C-x $ takes
 me to a weird world.
	You too?  Try  marking the question before  C-x $ and to C-x C-x
	to take you back to  it.  (Mule2 doesn't  seem to have the  same