A link with a rev attribute:
The rev attribute is supported in all major browsers.
Note: Browsers do not use this attribute in any way. However, search engines can use this attribute to get more information about a link.
The <a> rev attribute is not supported in HTML5.
The rev attribute specifies the relationship between the linked document and the current document.
The rev attribute is the reverse of the rel attribute.
|alternate||An alternate version of the document (i.e. print page, translated or mirror)|
|stylesheet||An external style sheet for the document|
|start||The first document in a selection|
|next||The next document in a selection|
|prev||The previous document in a selection|
|contents||A table of contents for the document|
|index||An index for the document|
|glossary||A glossary (explanation) of words used in the document|
|copyright||A document containing copyright information|
|chapter||A chapter of the document|
|section||A section of the document|
|subsection||A subsection of the document|
|appendix||An appendix for the document|
|help||A help document|
|bookmark||A related document|
|nofollow||"nofollow" is used by Google, to specify that the Google search spider should not follow that link (mostly used for paid links)|
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