Specifies anchor point (href) or target point (name or id) for hyperlinking within a eBook. The destination of a link is specified as a URI. It is invalid to nest anchor tags. By default, links are presented underlined and displayed in colored text, but you can override this rendering using CSS properties.
Note: In Microsoft ® Reader, external links are displayed as non-underlined text, and are not functional.
Specifies the destination URI. For instance, href="#targetpoint" set link to anchor named targetpoint.
Specifies a brief text string identifying the link.
Provides an tag with a unique name within a single document. This is especially useful in works with extensive cross-referencing and linking, such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, or travel guides. Use of ids simplifies linking and updates.
Affiliates an element with CSS class altering color and text-decoration properties.
For example,<a name="targetpoint"></a> specifies anchor point named targetpoint.
Provides information regarding the relationship of the item being linked to. This attribute is ignored.
Specifies the relationship of this document to the document being linked to. This attribute is ignored.
Attaches a list of inline (name:value paired) CSS properties to a specific tag, for example: style="name:value;name:value"
Note: Media types other than "text/x-oeb1-css" will be ignored with a warning in a document of type "text/x-oeb1-document".
This attribute is ignored.