<link rel=””>

Attribute of
<link> HTML Tag
What does <link rel=""> do?
Specifies the relationship between two linked documents.

Defining Relationships

The <link> element creates a link between your HTML document and an external resource. The rel attribute specifies the relationship between the two documents.

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://mysite.com/styles.css">

Search engines may also use the information in the ‘rel’ attribute to determine how to index or display the page.

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