Subject: Re: What is LINK? To: Richard Bondi <email@example.com> Date: Mon, 26 Jun 1995 14:22:04 -0400 (EDT) From: Murray Maloney <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc: email@example.com In-Reply-To: <199506261634.MAA22557@faraday.clas.Virginia.EDU> from "Richard Bondi" at Jun 26, 95 12:29:51 pm Message-Id: <firstname.lastname@example.org.COM> Richard Bondi writes: > > Can someone explain to me what embedding LINK in an <a href> does? Or tell > me a good place to look? > You don't embed LINK in an <a href=...> . There is a <LINK> element which takes all of the same attributes (including href) as the <A> element. The <LINK> element is only supported by a couple of browsers, so there is no good reason to use right now, unless you are writing context-sensitive help for an SCO system. I am currently working on a discussion paper, that will eventually be submitted as an Internet Draft, on the subject of hypertext links in HTML, use of the <LINK> element, REL and REV attribute values and meanings, and suggestions for additional attributes and elements. This paper is currently being reviewed by various members of the HTML Working Group. I will be publishing it to this mail list for broader review real soon now. Regards, Murray =========================================================================== Murray C. Maloney Internet: email@example.com Sponsor member of Davenport Group Member of IETF HTML Working Group =========================================================================== Disclaimer: I'm speaking for myself. 'T ain't nobody else to blame but me.