I'd say the "HTML" button perhaps needs something of an icon - like "" - but then I'm just running with convention there.
There's every chance that those who know HTML, don't need an icon, and those who don't shouldn't be using the button anyway.
Maybe though, to save people clicking it and panicking, it should be made more obvious that it'll bring up a code view of some sort. If that's what it does.
Maybe I've missed it and it's for inserting chunks of HTML, like a snippet - I don't even know if a distinction has to be made there.
Sorry - bit of a mind-fart of a comment, but it might help prompt something.
11 months ago
also it removed the icon I put in there - but it was essentially an empty tag e.g. < >
We initially had something like that (http://dribbble.com/shots/696499-Control-but-only-a-little) but decided that would only serve to confuse people who didn't understand the convention.
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