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CSS CSS Basics (2014) Getting Started with CSS Adding CSS Review

Jaryd Neethling
Jaryd Neethling
1,433 Points

CSS for Beginners Help

I've been asked the question: The __________ attribute specifies the relationship between the current HTML document and the linked document.

This is the attribute I wrote but am getting wrong <link rel="stylesheet">

<link rel="stylesheet">

Help would be great!

Jaryd Neethling
Jaryd Neethling
1,433 Points

I cant seem to write code here?? <link rel="stylesheet">

1 Answer

Hey Jaryd,

I think the answer your looking for is the "rel" attribute, which specifies the relationship between documents.

Hope that helps!

Jaryd Neethling
Jaryd Neethling
1,433 Points

Thanks Alex.

Love how quickly people respond on treehouse!