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Re: [NH] meaning of these tags?

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  • Mike Hopkins
    SRC designates the source of an object -- that is the place where the browser should look to find it. REL means relationship -- what relationship does a
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 12, 2003
      SRC designates the "source" of an object -- that is the
      place where the browser should look to find it. REL means
      "relationship" -- what relationship does a refered document
      have to the source document -- and basically tells the
      browser what to do with the target document.

      REL is supposed to work with the REV (reverse) attribute,
      but I have never seen REV used.

      The following is from
      <http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/struct/links.html#h-12.1.2>

      {{ 12.3.1 Forward and reverse links
      The rel and rev attributes play complementary roles -- the
      rel attribute specifies a forward link and the rev attribute
      specifies a reverse link.

      Consider two documents A and B.
      Document A: <LINK href="docB" rel="foo">
      Has exactly the same meaning as:
      Document B: <LINK href="docA" rev="foo">

      Both attributes may be specified simultaneously. }}

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      ----- Original Message -------------------------------
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      From: "Mike Breiding" <mafb@...>

      > <IMG SCR=...
      >
      > What does "SCR" mean/designate ?
      >
      > <link rel=...
      >
      > What does "rel" mean/ designate?
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