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Few browsers take advantage of these attributes to modify the link ap-
pearance. However, these attributes are a great way to document links
you create, and we recommend that you take the time to insert them
whenever possible. The style and class attributes
Use the style and class attributes for the <a> tag to control the display
style for the content enclosed by the tag and to format the content ac-
cording to a predefined class of the <a> tag. [ Inline Styles: The style
Attribute, 8.1.1 ] [ Style Classes, 8.3 ] The lang and dir attributes
Like almost all other tags, the <a> tag accepts the lang and dir attrib-
utes, denoting the language used for the content within the <a> tag
and the direction in which that language is rendered. [ The dir attribute, ] [ The lang attribute, ] The target attribute
The target attribute lets you specify where to display the contents of a
selected hyperlink. Commonly used in conjunction with frames or mul-
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