Hope that helps You shouldn't embed styling within the structure of HTML - that's why you are getting the message. It's been quite a while that a separation between the document structure and how it looks has been accepted as a good thing - style goes into CSS. To resolve the issue, use CSS.
Are there any examples on how to use the ALink API?
should help you out The C# compiler uses it. You couldn't get a better example, I think. Download SSCLI20 and look in the csharp/sccomp subdirectory. You'll find the compiler.cpp source code file creating the instance of the interface and storing it in the linker variable. Now searching for "linker" gets you all the places where the interface methods are used. Of course do keep in mind that it wasn't made to change an existing assembly. It was made to create a new assembly from scratch. Corflags.exe doesn't use it.