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rel="enclosure"

relEnclosure is a simple, open, format for indicating files to cache which is embeddable in (X)HTML, Atom, RSS, and arbitrary XML. relEnclosure is an elemental microformat, one of several microformat open standards.

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Draft Specification 2005-06-21

Author

Kevin Marks, Technorati, Inc.

Copyright

This specification is (C) 2004-2019 by the authors. However, the authors intend to submit (or already have submitted, see details in the spec) this specification to a standards body with a liberal copyright/licensing policy such as the GMPG, IETF, and/or W3C. Anyone wishing to contribute should read their copyright principles, policies and licenses (e.g. the GMPG Principles) and agree to them, including licensing of all contributions under all required licenses (e.g. CC-by 1.0 and later), before contributing.

Patents

This specification is subject to a royalty free patent policy, e.g. per the W3C Patent Policy, and IETF RFC3667 & RFC3668.

Abstract

relEnclosure is one of several MicroFormats. By adding rel="enclosure" to a hyperlink, a page indicates that the destination of that hyperlink is intended to be downloaded and cached. E.g. with the following hyperlink:

<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/kevinmarks/wwdc2005.mov" rel="enclosure">WWDC 2005 Keynote with chapters</a>

the author indicates that the movie should be downloaded.

Multiple Enclosures

Multiple such rel="enclosure" hyperlinks indicate that several media items should be downloaded.

XMDP profile

<dl class="profile">
 <dt id="rel">rel</dt>
 <dd><p>
   <a rel="help" href="http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/struct/links.html#adef-rel">
     HTML4 definition of the 'rel' attribute.</a>  
   Here is an additional value.</p>
  <dl>
   <dt id="license">license</dt>
   <dd>Indicates that the referred resource is a license for the referring page.</dd>
  </dl>
 </dd>
</dl>

normative references

informative references

rel-enclosure was last modified: Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

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