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Completion input of HTML elements is done through the same key strokes as
YaTeX's begin-type completion, section-type completion, large-type
completion, maketitle-type completion, and accent completion.
Corresponding elements in this order is; elements that span multiple
lines, empty elements such as img, tags that start and end in a single
line, elements with no attributes or contents, and special or symbol
`[prefix] b (YaTeX begin-type completion)'
Completion for elements that the start tag and the end tag span
multiple lines. Mostly block-level elements.
`[prefix] s (YateX section-type completion)'
<img src="foo.gif" alt="photo">
Completion for elements that do not have end tags and require only
attributes. Possible completions are, <img>, <input>.
`[prefix] l (YaTeX large-type completion)'
<big> $B!A(B </big>
Similar to begin-type completion but used for elements that start and
end on a single line.
`[prefix] m (YaTeX maketitle-type completion)'
... Completion for elements without attributes or contents. Possible
completion is <br>
`[prefix] a (YaTeX accent completion)'
... Used to enter special or symbol entities. By default completion
for < (<), > (>), & (&), " ("), ' ('), blank
( ) is possible.
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