I use HTML-Kit Tools pretty much every day. Okay, no surprise there I also make heavy use of keyboard shortcuts. They're not always easy to discover when getting started so this is a quick show and tell about Ctrl+J.
This demo uses the A tag as an example, however Ctrl+J can be customized to insert any type of code snippet. By the way, following screenshot portions were taken directly from HTML-Kit Tools (except for the "Press Ctrl+J" caption). If you like the look, check out how to change your coding font in two clicks.
Type the name of a HTML tag, skipping angle brackets. Make sure that there's at least one space before this or that you type it on a new line.
Press Ctrl+J. This inserts opening and closing A tags, and the caret jumps to the next field that needs your attention which is href="" in this case.
After typing the link, press Tab to jump to the next field. While in this mode, Shift+Tab takes you back to the previous field.
Press Tab again when you're at the last field to go back to regular typing mode.
These shortcuts, referred to as "Shorthand" in HTML-Kit Tools, can be customized by going to the "Tools > Shorthand" menu option. You can also install new Shorthand plugins written by Charles, Kay and others.