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Tue Dec 6 06:17:21 PST 2005
On 12/6/05, Andreas Haugstrup <solitude at solitude.dk> wrote:
> On Tue, 06 Dec 2005 14:11:27 +0100, David Janes -- BlogMatrix
> <davidjanes at blogmatrix.com> wrote:
> > Danny Ayers wrote:
> >> On 12/6/05, Andreas Haugstrup <solitude at solitude.dk> wrote:
> >>> Sorry, that was a typo. rel="start" gets shown as a "home" button in
> >>> the
> >>> browser.
> >> Thanks - got it.
> >> [[
> >> Start
> >> Refers to the first document in a collection of documents. This
> >> link type tells search engines which document is considered by the
> >> author to be the starting point of the collection.
> >> ]]
> >> Hmm, I'm not sure, might there not be a conflict in the blog archive
> >> scenario - archived post #1 being rel="start"..?
> > Yes, exactly. After reading through the last couple of posts, I would
> > think that rel="home" has to be something different.
> A quick test reveals that Opera creates the "home" button for rel="home"
> as well. I can't for the life of me figure out how to turn on this feature
> in Firefox (has it been removed?). Maybe rel="home" is to be preferred
> because it doesn't interfere with rel="start" and because the browser
> (Opera at least) actually does useful stuff with it.
Mark Pilgrim suggests rel="home":
The site navigation toolbar was in the full Mozilla suite. I don't think it
made it into Firefox, although I wouldn't be surprised if there's an
extension for it.
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