An image-map, with a clickable area:
The rel attribute is supported in all major browsers.
The rel attribute specifies the relationship between the current document and the linked document.
Only used if the href attribute is present.
The rel attribute is new for the <area> tag in HTML5.
|alternate||Links to an alternate version of the document (i.e. print page, translated or mirror)|
|author||Links to the author of the document|
|bookmark||Permanent URL used for bookmarking|
|help||Links to a help document|
|license||Links to copyright information for the document|
|next||The next document in a selection|
|nofollow||Links to an unendorsed document, like a paid link.
("nofollow" is used by Google, to specify that the Google search spider should not follow that link)
|noreferrer||Specifies that the browser should not send a HTTP referer header if the user follows the hyperlink|
|prefetch||Specifies that the target document should be cached|
|prev||The previous document in a selection|
|search||Links to a search tool for the document|
|tag||A tag (keyword) for the current document|
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