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Supported HTML Tags in Book Content

Below you will find a complete list of HTML tags and attributes supported in book content.

Related Topics:
Common HTML Tags (list of the most common tags)
Custom HTML Tags (list of supported non-standard, custom tags)
Supported HTML for Book Description (list of tags supported in the book description field)


HTML Tag Attributes Description
<!-- --> Comment – enclosed text not displayed in final product. Example: <!-- This is a comment. -->
<a> Anchor for hyperlink.
href Defines the address of the internal bookmark or external web page to which the hyperlink points.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
name Defines an internal bookmark to which you can point a hyperlink.
<b> Formats enclosed text as bold.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
<big> Increases font size of enclosed text to one point larger than the current or default font size.
<blockquote> Sets off long quotes from body text; creates a margin of white space around quoted text, indented on the left side only. You cannot use paragraph tags inside blockquote elements - use the break (br) tag instead. There is no default indentation or spacing for lines inside blockquote elements.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
<body> Encloses the body text of the HTML file.
<br> Creates a line break.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
<center> Centers text horizontally.
<cite> Indicates that enclosed text is quoted from another source; formatted as italic.
<dd> Encloses the definition of a term in a definition list (<dl>).
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
title Creates text in a pop-up box when readers mouse over this element.
<del> Indicates deleted text; enclosed text is formatted as strikethrough.
<dfn> Used to indicate term being defined for the first time in the text. Formats enclosed text as italics.
<div> Defines a division or section of a document.
align Determines alignment for this section.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
bgcolor Defines the background color for this section.
<em> Emphasizes the enclosed text; generally formatted as italic.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
title Creates text in a pop-up box when readers mouse over this element.
<font> Determines the appearance of the enclosed text.
color Defines the font color.
face Defines the font style.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
size Defines the font size.
<head> Contains information about the HTML document. Should enclose only the <base>, <link>, <meta>, <title>, <style>, and <script> tags. Information enclosed in the tags is not displayed in the final product.
<h1> to <h6> Formats enclosed text as a section heading: <h1> (largest) through <h6> (smallest).
<hr /> Creates a horizontal "rule" or line. Often used to divide sections of text.
color Defines the color of this element.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
width Defines the width of this element.
<html> Indicates the start and end (</html>) of an HTML document.
<i> Formats enclosed text as italic.
class Assigns one or more class names to this element.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
<img /> Defines an inline image within the text.
align Determines the alignment of the image.
border Defines a border around the image.
height Determines the height of the image.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
src Identifies the source file and location of the image.
width Determines the width of the image.
<li> Identifies an item in an ordered (numbered) or unordered (bulleted) list.
class Assigns one or more class names to this element.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
title Creates text in a pop-up box when readers mouse over this element.
<ol> Creates a numbered list from enclosed items, each of which is identified by a <li> tag.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
<p> Defines a paragraph of text with the first line indented; creates a line break at the end of the enclosed text.
align Determines the alignment of the paragraph.
id Assigns a unique id to this paragraph.
title Creates text in a pop-up box when readers mouse over this element.
<s> Formats text as strikethrough. See also, <strike>.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
style Defines the style for this element.
title Creates text in a pop-up box when readers mouse over this element.
<small> Reduces font size of enclosed text to one point smaller than the current or default font size.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
<span> Applies defined attributes to in-line text.
bgcolor Defines the background color for this element.
title Creates text in a pop-up box when readers mouse over this element.
<strike> Formats text as strikethrough. See also, <s>.
class Assigns one or more class names to this element.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
<strong> Formats enclosed text as bold. See also, <b>.
class Assigns one or more class names to this element.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
<sub> Formats enclosed text as subscript: reduces the font size and drops it below the baseline.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
<sup> Formats enclosed text as superscript: reduces the font size and places it above the baseline.
class Assigns one or more class names to this element.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
<u> Formats enclosed text as underlined.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
<ul> Creates a bulleted list from enclosed items, each of which is identified by a <li> tag.
class Assigns one or more class names to this element.
id Assigns a unique id to this element.
<var> Indicates a variable name or program argument. Enclosed text formatted as italic.

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