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May 03, 2021 16:00 HTML5
HTML5 tags are used to establish a connection between the document and the externality to be used to obtain the appropriate resources for the document.
Link to an external style file:
<head> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="theme.css"> </head>
All major browsers support the hashtag.
The label defines the relationship between the document and external resources.
The most common use of labels is to link style sheets.
Note: The link element is an empty element and contains only properties.
Note: This element can only exist in the head section, but it can appear any number of times.
Some HTML 4.01 properties are not supported in HTML5.
HTML5 has added the "sizes" property.
In HTML, the label does not end the label.
In XHTML, the label must be turned off correctly.
New: HTML5 new property.
|charset||char_encoding||HTML5 does not support this property. Defines how characters are encoded for linked documents.|
|Href||Url||Defines the location of the document being linked.|
|hreflang||language_code||Define the language in which the Chinese document is library.|
|media||media_query||Specify what device the linked document will appear on.|
|Necessary. Defines the relationship between the current document and the linked document.|
|rev||reversed relationship||HTML5 does not support this property. Defines the relationship between the linked document and the current document.|
|The link property size is defined and only works on the property rel"icon".|
|HTML5 does not support this property. Define where to load the linked document.|
|type||MIME_type||Specifies the type of MIME for the linked document.|
The label supports global properties and views the full property sheet HTML global properties.
The label supports all HTML event properties.
HTML tutorial: HTML style
HTML DOM Reference Manual: Link Object