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CSS

The________ attribute specifies the relationship between the current document and the linked document.

The________ attribute specifies the relationship between the current document and the linked document.

What is the right answer?

external ......I got it

It's not external. The answer is rel.

5 Answers

Don't want to give you the answer straight away, I think you'll benefit more from working it out yourself. But there is a big clue in the question. Here's a link to the w3schools page with information on the html <link> tag, if you scroll down you should see all the attributes that are accepted, have a read over them and you should have your answer.

Hopefully this will push you in the right direction, but let me know if you're still struggling.

The think is that this question doesn't tell you what part(s) of the relationship you actually need to insert (is it also type and/or the href?).

It's not external. The answer is rel.

Thank

barbarakowalski2
barbarakowalski2
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That question was so frustrating because I kept writing link rel!

The attribute specifies the relationship between the current document and the linked document.

/* real */ <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/style.css">