<LINK> (was Re: HTML 3.2 PR)

Walter Ian Kaye (walter@natural-innovations.com)
Mon, 18 Nov 1996 13:53:55 -0800


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Date: Mon, 18 Nov 1996 13:53:55 -0800
To: www-html@w3.org
From: Walter Ian Kaye <walter@natural-innovations.com>
Subject: <LINK> (was Re: HTML 3.2 PR)

At 10:16a -0500 11/18/96, Abigail wrote:
>Walter Ian Kaye wrote:
>++
>++ At 2:21p +1100 11/18/96, Stuart Young wrote:
>++
>++ >Also something like adding a home page tag in the head statement, to let
>++ >the browser 'know' where the home page for this document is (and offer
>++ >say, a little button in the browser so you can go to that home page)
>++ >would be useful, but not essential.
>++
>++ I integrate that into the graphics on my pages. :)
>
>
>Isn't that what <LINK href = "..." rel = "home"> is supposed to do?
>(And already does on more advanced browsers?)

Where does that show up? What does "home" mean in that relationship?
Is that different from the browser's "home page", i.e. where you get
if you click on the Home button? How does that link appear? Does it
disturb the layout of the page? Is it distracting? Is it intuitive?

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