A chapter tour rag <tour> defines order in which reader will jump ahead to the next indicated chapter from any given chapter. A chapter tour should always include the Table of Contents as its first site if the Table of Contents is in-spine (that is, if it is listed in the guide section of the package file and is accessible from the cover page in the Reader).
A publisher can use the chapter tour declaration to connect a series of book sections: chapters, illustrations, parts, poems, volumes. The tour also need not be linear; it can jump forward and backward in a book. Each eBook is allowed one tour.
<tour id="AllChapTour" title="All chapters">
<site title="Chapter One" href="book.htm#ch1" />
<site title="Chapter Two" href="book.htm#ch2" />
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".
eBook section's title.
URI reference to eBook section.
<x-metadata>, <guide>, <tours>, <tour>