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Godfrey Adiges2,146 Points
Adding css to a page
The blank attribute specifies the relationship between the current document and the linked document. I'm not sure what the blank answer is
Isaac Asante4,752 Points
Hi Godfrey, the answer is "rel" attribute. That's because in your HTML's head documents, whenever you want to link an external style sheet, you need to add the LINK element and specify the relation that the linked file has with your document (in this case, the relation is style sheet). So, for instance, you write:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="/css/main.css">
So remember that the answer is rel.
All the best.