In this tutorial, you will see the use of rel attribute of area tag and how to implement. The rel (relationship) attribute defines the relationship between current page and target document. Relations is a way to explain why we are pointing to another page.Rel Attribute :
|alternate||Indicates alternative version of link document.|
|rel||archives||Indicates that linked document describes a collection of document or historical data.|
|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 area tag.
|<area href="value" rel="value">Text Area</area>|
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