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    Hi, what does the REL="" & REV="" attributes do when used with the anchor tag? I do not quite understand the definition given on http://www.htmlreference.com Thanks alot.
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    I am also curious if someone can expain this.

    Here is the information from the above linked page.

    REL="text"
    Indicates the relationship between the current document and the document it is linked to. Some common relations are REL="NEXT" to indicate that the link points to the next page in a sequence and REL="PREVIOUS" to indicate that the link points to the previous page in a sequence. REL="STYLESHEET" tells the browser that the linked document is a style sheet.

    REV="text"
    The opposite of the REL attribute. Defines the relationship between the linked document and the current document.


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