The LINK element is a directive in the HEAD section of your
HTML document that indicates related documents and where to
find them. This is not rendered as content on your page but
serves as a helper for special user-agents.
One possible use is to link to other language versions of the page.
Another possible use is to provide navigation links that might be
rendered as a menubar by some browsers.
||Identifies this tag to reference in script (program code)
||Define the class used to render this element (defined by a style sheet)
||A title that is associated with the element
||Hyperlink to a resource on the local web server or on an external Internet site
||The relationship type between this document and the one identified by the HREF
attribute. Possible values are "Alternate", "Stylesheet", "Start", "Next", "Prev",
"Contents", "Index", "Glossary", "Copyright", "Chapter", "Section", "Subsection",
"Appendix", "Help", "Bookmark"
||Indicates the frame that serves as the target for the link. When the user
navigates to the resource defined by HREF, it will be displayed in this frame.
<LINK rel="Index" href="../index.html">
<LINK rel="Next" href="Chapter3.html">
<LINK rel="Prev" href="Chapter1.html">