2.2.27 [HTML] Section 14.6, Linking to style sheets with HTTP headers

V0101:

The specification defines Linking to style sheets with HTTP headers:

 The HTTP Link header has the same effect as a LINK element with the same attributes 
 and values.

All Document Modes (All Versions)

HTTP Link headers are not supported.

V0102:

The specification defines Linking to style sheets with HTTP headers:

 Multiple Link headers correspond to multiple LINK elements occurring in the same 
 order.

All Document Modes (All Versions)

HTTP Link headers are not supported.

V0103:

The specification defines Linking to style sheets with HTTP headers:

 It is possible to specify several alternate styles using multiple Link headers, and 
 then use the rel attribute to determine the default style.

All Document Modes (All Versions)

HTTP Link headers are not supported.

V0104:

The specification defines Linking to style sheets with HTTP headers:

 The quote marks are only needed when the attribute values include whitespace.

All Document Modes (All Versions)

HTTP Link headers are not supported.

V0105:

The specification defines Linking to style sheets with HTTP headers:

 Use SGML entities to reference characters that are otherwise not permitted within 
 HTTP or email headers, or that are likely to be affected by transit through 
 gateways.

All Document Modes (All Versions)

HTTP Link headers are not supported.

V0106:

The specification defines Linking to style sheets with HTTP headers:

 LINK and META elements implied by HTTP headers are defined as occurring before any 
 explicit LINK and META elements in the document's HEAD.

All Document Modes (All Versions)

HTTP Link headers are not supported.

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