Link rel Property
Return the relationship between the current document and the linked document:
The result of x will be:
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Definition and Usage
The rel property sets or returns a space-separated list that defines the relationship between the current document and the linked document.
The rel property is supported in all major browsers.
Note: The value "search" is not supported in Opera or Safari.
Note: The value "sidebar" is
not supported in IE, Safari, or Chrome.
Return the rel property:
Set the rel property:
|alternate||Linked page is an alternative version of the current document|
|appendix||Linked page is the appendix page for the current document|
|chapter||Refers to a chapter|
|contents||Linked page is the table of contents for the current document|
|copyright||Linked page is the copyright/policy for the current document|
|glossary||Linked page is the glossary page for the current document|
|help||Linked page is the help page for the current document|
|index||Linked page is the index page for the current document|
|next||Refers to the next page|
|offline||Refers to a location that contains a path to the CDF file|
|prev||Refers to the previous page|
|search||Refers to an XML file in OpenSearch description format|
|section||Link to a section in a list of documents|
|shortcut icon||Refers to an icon location|
|sidebar||Refers to the bookmark panel|
|start||Refers to the first page (used by search engines to show the first page)|
|stylesheet||Linked page is the style sheet for the current document|
|subsection||Linked page is a subsection for the current document|
|Return Value:||A String, representing a space-separated list of relationship types|
HTML reference: HTML <link> rel attribute
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