A lot of tutorials exist that can be downloaded from the Internet (with common file types: chm, pdf, html, etc.).
I discovered a problem: I downloaded a Java SE tutorial in HTML format, I use Chrome to view it, and everything works well. However, I want to directly highlight some useful text when I use Chrome to view it.
The HTML files are local, and I know that I could use some software to edit it by adding new tags / styles to the text, but I just want to highlight the text directly in the browser like editing it in Word. Any suggestions? Does Chrome have a plugin to enable this behavior?
As a workaround for now, I use Evernote Web Clipper for Chrome. It can cut the pages and upload them to Evernote. When I use an Evernote client to read them, I can directly highlight some words which are useful to me.