HTML HTML is mostly rendered as it would be in any Web Kit browser.
Targets are ignored when included in HTML written directly into the KML; all such links are opened as if the target is set to _blank. HTML that is contained in an i Frame, however, or dynamically generated with Java Script or DHTML, will use target="_self" as the default. The contents of KMZ files, local anchor links, and for the width of an i Frame, then the i Frame's width will be dependent on all the other content in the balloon—it should essentially be ignored while calculating layout size.
Links to image files on the local filesystem are always allowed, if contained within an Content that has been compressed into a KMZ file can be accessed, even if on the local filesystem.
Cookies are enabled, but for the purposes of the same-origin policy, local content does not share a domain with any other content (including other local content).
This section contains an alphabetical reference for all KML elements defined in KML Version 2.2, as well as elements in the Google extension namespace. In this diagram, elements to the right on a particular branch in the tree are , and it adds some elements that are specific to the Placemark element.
KML is an open standard officially named the Open GIS® KML Encoding Standard (OGC KML).
Common information If your description contains no HTML markup, Google Earth attempts to format it, replacing newlines with and wrapping URLs with anchor tags.
A valid URL string for the World Wide Web is automatically converted to a hyperlink to that URL (e.g., tags in order to achieve a simple link.
This feature allows you to create one visible object in Google Earth (either a Point icon or a Model) that encodes multiple positions for the same object for multiple times.
In Google Earth, the time slider allows the user to move the view through time, which animates the position of the object.
Google Earth 4.3 The element supports plain text as well as a subset of HTML formatting elements, including tables (see KML example below).