You will see the use of rel attribute of anchor tag and how
to implement. The rel (relationship) attribute defines the relationship between
current page and target document.
Relationship is a way to explain why we are pointing to another page or document .
|alternate||Indicates alternative version of link document.|
|rel||archives||Indicates that linked document describes a collection of historical data or document.|
|author||Information about the author of the linked document.|
|bookmark||provides a permanent link to a document.|
|external||indicates that the linked document is not a part of the current site.|
|feed||Links to a feed channel for the document or the web site.|
|first||Indicates that linked document is first page of a series.|
|help||Indicates that linked document is help document|
|index||Indicates that linked document is index document.|
|last||Indicates that linked document is last page of a series.|
|license||Links to a document that describes the license information of current document.|
|next||Links to a next document in a series.|
|nofollow||Indicates that the link is not justified by the author of the document.|
|noreferrer||Indicates that the browser should not send a HTTP referrer header if the user follows this link.|
|prev||Indicates that linked document is previous page of a series.|
|search||Indicates that the linked document provides an interface for searching the document.|
|sidebar||Indicates that the linked document should be display in current browser's sidebar.|
|tag||Indicates that the tag present on links document applies on the current document.|
|up||Links to a higher level document in the hierarchy.|
Declaration syntax of rel attribute in anchor tag.
|<a href="value" rel="value">Text Area</a>|
Note: See the browser compatible page for successfully rendering the program.
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