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

I am really stuck with this, I have tried many things including

link <link>

Most likely I am being done, I have had a look on previous forum posts that point to other things and I just cant get it.

You don't have to give me the answer but if you can give me a clue that would be great!

5 Answers

Adam Moore
Adam Moore
21,956 Points

The word "stylesheet" would be the attribute value, not the attribute itself. The attribute itself would be "rel", as in: rel="stylesheet"

Adam Moore
Adam Moore
21,956 Points

The relationship between the current document and the linked document may be helpful. ;)

Hi Adam, I have tried "stylesheet", <rel="stylesheet">, still doesn't work

Sorry if I am quite blind to this . . .

I still never got this so scraped through with 5/6 questions correct. If you could let me another clue that would be great!