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| The referenced document is recommended for printing, even though the referent document is capable of being printed and both documents are of the same type, medium, and language. A typical case is where content spread over multiple pages is also available on a single page that is more convenient to print.
 
| The referenced document is recommended for printing, even though the referent document is capable of being printed and both documents are of the same type, medium, and language. A typical case is where content spread over multiple pages is also available on a single page that is more convenient to print.
 
This is semantically more specific than "canonical" and "alternate". Where type, medium, and/or language differ, consider "alternate"; where any of them differ but the purpose is printing, consider applying both values.
 
This is semantically more specific than "canonical" and "alternate". Where type, medium, and/or language differ, consider "alternate"; where any of them differ but the purpose is printing, consider applying both values.
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Revision as of 02:24, 17 September 2009

This page lists the allowed extension values for the rel="" attribute in HTML5. You may add your own values to this list, which makes them legal HTML5 rel values. We ask that you try to avoid redundancy; if someone has already defined a value that does roughly what you want, please reuse it. Note that rel tokens are ASCII-lowercase before comparison against canonical value, so the canonical values should be listed without uppercase ASCII letters.

Keyword Effect on... Brief description Link to more details Synonyms Status
link a and area
accessibility hyperlink hyperlink The linked document contains accessibility information for the linking document. Bruce Lawson Proposal
acquaintance hyperlink hyperlink the person represented by the current document considers the person represented by the referenced document to be an acquaintance XFN Accepted
alternate See HTML5
archives See HTML5
author See HTML5
bookmark See HTML5
canonical hyperlink not allowed Robots (e.g., search engines) should treat the document containing the tag as a minor variation of the linked document, which may result in the removal of the former from a web index and in the consolidation of its quality signals in the latter. [1] Proposal
chapter hyperlink hyperlink Target document is a subdocument of the current document. HTML4 section, subsection, appendix Proposal
child hyperlink hyperlink the referenced person is a child of the person represented by the current document XFN Accepted
co-resident hyperlink hyperlink the referenced person lives in the same residence as the person represented by the current document XFN Accepted
co-worker hyperlink hyperlink the referenced person is a co-worker of the person represented by the current document XFN Accepted
colleague hyperlink hyperlink the referenced person is a colleague of the person represented by the current document XFN Accepted
contact hyperlink hyperlink the person represented by the current document considers the person represented by the referenced document to be a contact XFN Accepted
contributor hyperlink hyperlink The linked document is the page/email an agent (people or firm or...) involved in the production of the content, but not his main author(s). Proposal
crush hyperlink hyperlink this person considers the referenced person to be a crush (i.e. has a crush on the referenced person) XFN Accepted
date hyperlink hyperlink this person considers the referenced person to be a date (i.e. is dating the referenced person) XFN Accepted
details hyperlink hyperlink The referenced document contains additional (or complete) details about the current document (for example, a "read more..." hyperlink on a blog page that leads to the full posting). Proposal
dns-prefetch external resource not allowed Force the DNS lookup of specific hostnames. Mozilla DNS Prefetching,
Chromium DNS Prefetching
Proposal
edit hyperlink hyperlink Target document is an editable version of the current document. Atom Protocol Proposal
edituri hyperlink not allowed a link to an RSD file describing how to edit the given page. rsd Proposal
enclosure hyperlink hyperlink the destination of the hyperlink is intended to be downloaded and cached. rel-enclosure Proposal
external See HTML5
feed See HTML5
first See HTML5
friend hyperlink hyperlink the person represented by the current document considers the person represented by the referenced document to be a friend XFN Accepted
glossary hyperlink hyperlink Target document provides definitions for words in current document. HTML4 Proposal
help See HTML5
hub hyperlink not allowed Indicates a URL which implements both sides of the PubSubHubbub protocol. PubSubHubbub Proposal
i18nrules hyperlink not allowed Target document provides ITS (Internationalization tag Set) rules for processing the current document. ITS Proposal
icon See HTML5
index See HTML5
jump not allowed hyperlink Indicates a same page jump from the current fragment to another fragment. (E.g. sometimes online newspapers insert direct text saying "article continues below the image/advert" - they could instead use "jump" link. Ultimately, it indicates a page internal link.) none Proposal
kin hyperlink hyperlink the referenced person is part of the extended family of the person represented by the current document XFN Accepted
last See HTML5
license See HTML5
logout external resource not allowed The linked document provides a resource for the UA to request when all currently open documents of the same "group" are closed (to facilitate logging out the current user). LogoutRelExtension Proposal
me hyperlink hyperlink the referenced document represents the same person as does the current document XFN Accepted
met hyperlink hyperlink this person has met the referenced person XFN Accepted
muse hyperlink hyperlink the referenced person inspires the person represented by the current document XFN Accepted
neighbor hyperlink hyperlink the referenced person lives nearby the person represented by the current document XFN Accepted
next See HTML5
next-archive hyperlink hyperlink A URI that refers to the immediately following archive document. Atom Link Relations,
RFC5005
Proposal
nofollow See HTML5
noreferrer See HTML5
openid.delegate external resource not allowed OpenID 1.1 authentication delegation OpenID specification Proposal
openid.server external resource not allowed OpenID 1.1 authentication delegation OpenID specification Proposal
openid2.local_id external resource not allowed OpenID 2.0 authentication delegation OpenID Auth 2.0 section 7.3.3 Proposal
openid2.provider external resource not allowed OpenID 2.0 authentication endpoint OpenID Auth 2.0 section 7.3.3 Proposal
parent hyperlink hyperlink the referenced person is a parent of the person represented by the current document XFN Accepted
payment hyperlink hyperlink A URI where payment is accepted. Atom Link Relations Proposal
pgpkey hyperlink not allowed The linked document is the PGP public key file (which may contain multiple keys) of the author(s) of the page. [2], [3] Proposal
pingback See HTML5
prefetch See HTML5
prev See HTML5
prev-archive hyperlink hyperlink A URI that refers to the immediately preceding archive document. Atom Link Relations,
RFC5005
Proposal
print external resource hyperlink The referenced document is recommended for printing, even though the referent document is capable of being printed and both documents are of the same type, medium, and language. A typical case is where content spread over multiple pages is also available on a single page that is more convenient to print.

This is semantically more specific than "canonical" and "alternate". Where type, medium, and/or language differ, consider "alternate"; where any of them differ but the purpose is printing, consider applying both values.

W3C Bug 7645 Proposal
profile hyperlink hyperlink this referenced link is a metadata profile for the current document HTML Meta data profiles,
Example of profile in a-elements
Proposal
pronunciation external resource hyperlink The referenced document offers one or more pronunciations to aid text-to-speech (TTS) synthesis software, especially for unusual and new words. The referenced document can be in any format that supports the functionality, including *.pls. W3C Bug 7601 as HTML5 proposal and Pronunciation Lexicon Specification (PLS) 1.0 Proposal
related hyperlink hyperlink this referenced link identifies a resource related to the current document Atom Syndication Format Proposal
reviewer hyperlink not allowed The linked document is the page/email an agent (people or firm or...) responsible for reviewing the content. [4] Proposal
script not allowed not allowed Was proposed to replace <script>. Use <script> instead. none Rejected
search See HTML5
self hyperlink hyperlink A URI that refers to a resource equivalent to the containing element. Atom Link Relations,
RFC4287
Proposal
service external resource not allowed Points to a resource describing a service API ServiceRelExtension Proposal
shortlink hyperlink hyperlink Identifies a shorter form of the URL for the current document, provided by the document owner. shortlink Specification Proposal
sibling hyperlink hyperlink the referenced person is a sibling of the person represented by the current document XFN Accepted
sidebar See HTML5
spouse hyperlink hyperlink the referenced person is a spouse of the person represented by the current document XFN Accepted
stylesheet See HTML5
sweetheart hyperlink hyperlink this person considers the referenced person to be their sweetheart XFN Accepted
tag See HTML5
technicalauthor hyperlink hyperlink The linked document is the page/email an agent (people or firm or...) responsible for the technical construction of the page (i.e. the HTML/CSS/PHP code), not for the content. Proposal
timesheet external resource not allowed SMIL Timesheet SMIL Timesheets 1.0 Proposal
translatedfrom hyperlink hyperlink The linked document is the page/email that has been translation source for the current document. It also indicates that the current document is a translation and not an original work. Proposal
translator hyperlink hyperlink The linked document is the page/email an agent (people or firm or...) responsible for the translation of the page. It also indicates that the current page is a translation of an other document, which should be linked through a rel="translatedfrom". Proposal
up See HTML5
webmaster hyperlink hyperlink The linked document is the page/email an agent (people or firm or...) available for requests about the content of the page. maintainer Proposal
widget hyperlink hyperlink Points to a widget. Widgets 1.0 Editor's draft Proposal
wlwmanifest hyperlink not allowed A link to a manifest for Windows Live Writer. msdn Proposal

The "Effect on... link" column must either say "not allowed" if the rel value is not allowed on <link> elements, "hyperlink" if the rel value creates a hyperlink, or "external resource" if the rel value creates a link to an external resource.

The "Effect on... a and area" column must either say "not allowed" or "hyperlink".

For the "Status" section to be changed to "Accepted", the proposed keyword must either have been through the Microformats process, and been approved by the Microformats community; or must be defined by a W3C specification in the Candidate Recommendation or Recommendation state. If it fails to go through this process, it is "Rejected".

For more details, see the HTML5 specification. See also the Microformats wiki page on this matter.