Defines a “block” whose formatting is then controlled through CSS. You can use the <div> tag to group together nested blocks so that the <div> element’s formatting may be inherited by the inner blocks. The <div> tag itself has no properties; it merely provides a container for the style attribute or for CSS style properties to be attached to.


Provides an element 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 one or more classes.
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".
Aligns a given tag's contents as indicated.
This attribute is ignored.
Сontrols the relationship between text and images embedded in it and allows text that is wrapping around an image to resume flowing after the end of the image. The default value, none, is the same as not using clear tag.
Note: The values left and right are equivalent to all in version 1 of Microsoft Reader.