HTML and CSS Reference
<link> (XHTML: <link/> or <link /> )
Defines the relationship between the current document and another document. Although it can
to an external style sheet.
Metadatacontent(ifthe itemprop attributeispresent,wherephrasingcontentisexpected)
Where metadata content is expected; in a noscript element that is a child of a head ele-
ment; if the itemprop attribute is present, where phrasing content is expected
This is an empty (void) element, meaning it has only a start tag and may not have any con-
tents. In HTML, the end tag is forbidden. In XHTML, the element must be closed with a
trailing slash ( <link/> or <link /> ).
HTML5 Global Attributes
Not in HTML 4.01 . On a site that allows cross-origin access files, this attribute indicates
whether requests from other domains must present credentials.