HTMLLinkElement interface represents reference information for external resources and the relationship of those resources to a document and vice versa (corresponds to
<link> element; not to be confused with
<a>, which is represented by
HTMLAnchorElement). This object inherits all of the properties and methods of the
Inherits properties from its parent,
A string representing the type of content being loaded by the HTML link.
A string that corresponds to the CORS setting for this link element. See CORS settings attributes for details.
A boolean value which represents whether the link is disabled; currently only used with style sheet links.
An optional string representing a hint given to the browser on how it should prioritize fetching of a preload relative to other resources of the same type. If this value is provided, it must be one of the possible permitted values:
highto fetch at a higher priority,
lowto fetch at a lower priority, or
autoto indicate no preference (which is the default).
A string representing the URI for the target resource.
A string representing the language code for the linked resource.
A string representing a list of one or more media formats to which the resource applies.
A string that reflects the
referrerpolicyHTML attribute indicating which referrer to use.
A string representing the forward relationship of the linked resource from the document to the resource.
StyleSheetobject associated with the given element, or
nullif there is none.
A string representing the MIME type of the linked resource.
A string representing the character encoding for the target resource.
A string representing the reverse relationship of the linked resource from the resource to the document.
Note: Currently the W3C HTML 5.2 spec states that
revis no longer obsolete, whereas the WHATWG living standard still has it labeled obsolete. Until this discrepancy is resolved, you should still assume it is obsolete.
A string representing the name of the target frame to which the resource applies.
No specific method; inherits methods from its parent,
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- The HTML element implementing this interface: