HTML <a> rel Attribute
A link with a rel attribute:
<a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.w3schools.com/">W3Schools.com</a>
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Definition and Usage
rel attribute specifies the relationship between the current document and the linked document.
Only used if the
href attribute is present.
Tip: Search engines can use this attribute to get more information about a link!
|Provides a link to an alternate representation of the document (i.e. print page, translated or mirror)
|Provides a link to the author of the document
|Permanent URL used for bookmarking
|Indicates that the referenced document is not part of the same site as the current document
|Provides a link to a help document
|Provides a link to licensing information for the document
|Provides a link to the next document in the series
|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)
|Requires that any browsing context created by following the hyperlink must not have an opener browsing context
|Makes the referrer unknown. No referer header will be included when the user clicks the hyperlink
|The previous document in a selection
|Links to a search tool for the document
|A tag (keyword) for the current document
❮ HTML <a> tag