[This documentation is preliminary and is subject to change.]
Sets or retrieves the relationship between the object and the destination of the link.
HRESULT value = object.put_rel(BSTR v);HRESULT value = object.get_rel(BSTR* p);
Type: BSTRone or more of the space delimited values in the list of Possible Values.
Substitute version of the file that contains the link.
Page that is an appendix for the set of pages.
Bookmark. Internet Explorer 8. The anchor is an alternate navigation source for a Web Slice.
Page that is a chapter for a set of pages.
Table of contents document.
Copyright notice for the current page.
Internet Explorer 8. The anchor is an alternate display source for a Web Slice.
Internet Explorer 8. The anchor is an alternate update source for a Web Slice.
Glossary for the current page.
Index document for the current page.
Next document in a sequence.
Path to the CDF file to be used for an offline favorite.
Previous document in a sequence.
Internet Explorer 7 and later. The link refers to an OpenSearch Description file. (See Search Provider Extensibility in Internet Explorer for more information.) The
Searchtype is not defined by the HTML 4.01 specification. For strict validation, include
http://a9.com/-/spec/opensearch/1.1/in the IHTMLHeadElement2::profile attribute of the head element.
Page that is a section for a set of pages.
Path to an icon file to be used for the favorite or link. See How to Add a Shortcut Icon to a Web Page.
First document of a set.
Page that is a subsection for a set of pages.
- Document Object Model (DOM) Level 1 Specification, Section 2.5.5
- HTML 4.01 Specification, Section 12.2
If no values are indicated, the IHTMLLinkElement::rel property's default relationship is an empty string.
The Offline, Search, Shortcut Icon, and Stylesheet values apply only to the link object.
The IHTMLLinkElement::rel property is similar to the IHTMLLinkElement::rev property, but the semantics of these two properties' link types are in the reverse direction. For example, a link from A to B with REL="X" expresses the same relationship as a link from B to A with REV="X". An anchor can have both IHTMLLinkElement::rel and IHTMLLinkElement::rev properties.
Internet Explorer 8 and later. In IE8 Standards mode, the IHTMLLinkElement::rel content attribute locates the Alternate token regardless of its position in a space-delimited list of tokens. For example, IHTMLLinkElement::rel will locate Alternate whether it is parsed as IHTMLLinkElement::rel or IHTMLLinkElement::rel. For more information on IE8 mode, see Defining Document Compatibility.
The Offline value is available in Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 and later. For more information about CDF files and offline favorites, see Enhancing Offline Favorites. CDF is obsolete as of Internet Explorer 7.
Build date: 6/12/2012