Setting properties for the link tag

Setting properties for the link tag

Use the link tag to define a relationship between the current document and another file.

Href is the URL of the file that you are defining a relationship to. Click the Browse button to browse to and select a file, or type a path in the text box. Note that this attribute does not indicate a file that you’re linking to in the usual HTML sense; the relationships specified in a Link element are more complex.

ID specifies a unique identifier for the link.

Title describes the relationship. This attribute has special relevance for linked style sheets; for more information, see the External Style Sheets section of the HTML 4.0 specification on the World Wide Web Consortium website at www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/present/styles.html#style-external.

Rel specifies the relationship between the current document and the document in the Href text box. Possible values include Alternate, Stylesheet, Start, Next, Prev, Contents, Index, Glossary, Copyright, Chapter, Section, Subsection, Appendix, Help, and Bookmark. To specify more than one relationship, separate values with a space.

Rev specifies a reverse relationship (the opposite of Rel) between the current document and the document in the Href text box. Possible values are the same as those for Rel.



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