Link - 4
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- Browsers that are subjected to this test should support HTML2.
LINK HTTP Headers for structure
This document contains a set of
LINK HTTP headers,
giving the relationship of this document to others. UAs (web browsers)
that support the
LINK element (see link test 2) must also support the 'Link' HTTP
header, and will thus somehow provide access to these documents.
Support for the
LINK element is not required by the HTML
4.0 specification. The specification says that this is an optional
- Refers to the first document in a collection of documents. This link type tells search
engines which document is considered by the author to be the starting point of the
- Refers to the next document in an linear sequence of documents. User agents may choose
to preload the "next" document, to reduce the perceived load time.
- Refers to the previous document in an ordered series of documents. Some user agents
also support the synonym "Previous".
- Refers to a document serving as a table of contents. Some user agents also support the
synonym ToC (from "Table of Contents").
- Refers to a document providing an index for the current document.
- Refers to a document providing a glossary of terms that pertain to the current
- Refers to a copyright statement for the current document.
- Refers to a document serving as a chapter in a collection of documents.
- Refers to a document serving as a section in a collection of documents.
- Refers to a document serving as a subsection in a collection of documents.
- Refers to a document serving as an appendix in a collection of documents.
- Refers to a document offering help (more information, links to other sources
- Refers to a bookmark. A bookmark is a link to a key entry point within an extended
document. The title attribute may be used, for example, to label the bookmark. Note
that several bookmarks may be defined in each document.
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