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Re: Related/Forward Links

From: Joe Clark <joeclark@joeclark.org>
Date: Sun, 15 Dec 2002 16:48:13 -0500 (EST)
To: WAI-IG <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Cc: jramsaybro@hotmail.com
Message-ID: <Pine.BSO.4.40.0212151644020.20421-100000@ns1.seeto.com>

> I'm looking for insight into browser/agent support for related links (<link
> rel="">) in header data.

<http://www.euronet.nl/~tekelenb/WWW/LINK/> leads you to all
evidently available resources.

> Furthermore, I suspect the various types of relative links are supported
> differently in each agent? Are there practical advantages to using <link
> rel="bookmark" href="#search" title="Search This Website"> over <link
> rel="search" href="#search" title="Search This Website">? I notice this is
> done on the W3C home page. Any disadvantages to the creative use of both?

rel and rev are hard to understand, one of those inordinately
complex HTML attributes. I probably have flubbed them slightly in my
book pages (and the many, many other places I use them), as
here:

<http://joeclark.org/book/sashay/serialization/Chapter02.html>

(as also found on the book's CD-ROM), but I dunno. You're not gonna
find many other pages online with 29 link elements. My pages light
up nearly the entire Mozilla links toolbar. But until some variation
of Internet Explorer begins to support this *basic* part of HTML 4,
people will continue to pretend they don't exist and don't matter.

-- 

  Joe Clark  |  joeclark@joeclark.org
  Author, _Building Accessible Websites_
  <http://joeclark.org/access/> | <http://joeclark.org/book/>
Received on Sunday, 15 December 2002 16:48:15 GMT

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