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346rel=sidebar, rel=tag2006-11-22 09:27
@@ -13609,20 +13609,45 @@ XXX selection ranges -->
   <p>If the <code title="rel-alternate">alternate</code> keyword is
   also specified on the <code>link</code> element, then the link is an
   alternate stylesheet.</p>
   <p class="big-issue">Need more here -- defining preferred
   stylesheets, alternate stylesheets, persistent stylesheets, and the
   stuff about the alternate stylesheet API. Maybe this should all be
   deferred to another processing model section.</p>
+  <h5>Link type "<dfn title="rel-sidebar"><code>sidebar</code></dfn>"</h5>
+  <p>The <code title="rel-sidebar">sidebar</code> keyword may be used
+  with <code>link</code>, <code>a</code>, and <code>area</code>
+  elements. For <code>link</code> elements, it creates a <span
+  title="hyperlink link">hyperlink</span>.</p>
+  <p>The <code title="rel-sidebar">sidebar</code> keyword indicates
+  that the referenced document, if retrieved, is intended to be shown
+  in a secondary browsing context (if possible), instead of in the
+  current browsing context.</p>
+  <h5>Link type "<dfn title="rel-tag"><code>tag</code></dfn>"</h5>
+  <p>The <code title="rel-tag">tag</code> keyword may be used
+  with <code>link</code>, <code>a</code>, and <code>area</code>
+  elements. For <code>link</code> elements, it creates a <span
+  title="hyperlink link">hyperlink</span>.</p>
+  <p>The <code title="rel-tag">tag</code> keyword indicates that the
+  <em>tag</em> that the referenced document represents applies to the
+  current document.</p>
   <h5>Hierarchical link types</h5>
   <p>Some documents form part of a hierarchical structure of
   <p>A hierarchical structure of documents is one where each document
   can have various subdocuments. A subdocument is said to be a
   <em>child</em> of the document it is a subdocument of. The document
   of which it is a subdocument is said to be its <em>parent</em>. The
   children of a document have a relative order; the subdocument that
@@ -13731,51 +13756,34 @@ XXX selection ranges -->
        <a href="/" rel="top up up up">Main</a> &gt;
        <a href="/products/" rel="up up">Products</a> &gt;
        <a href="/products/dishwashers" rel="up">Dishwashers</a> &gt;
        Second hand
-  <!--
-this section defines whether a particular link type is an external resource or a hyperlink
+  <!--XXX
   issues for rel="", etc:
    rel="alternate stylesheet"
-   rel="feed" vs rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml"
-   rel="icon"
    rel="related" // see also
-   rel="prefetch"
-   rel="help" (Charles McCathieNevile): alternative to help="". give algo for nearest con.-sen. help
-    `-> "Nearness" seems in general like a really bad way to guess where the 
-      > help is. Do you mean closest in the markup, or in the laid-out
-      > rendering? If the link were required to be inside a label in order to be
-      > associated with a form control, that might make sense though.
-   rel="nofollow" -
-       Refers to a resource that may be related to the linking
-       document, but is not endorsed by the author. This should
-       not be counted as a negative rating for the resource,
-       however. -
-     - (scoble on why it isn't bad)
    which relationship combinations are allowed
-   what multiple values might mean (multiple rel="top")
-   removal of redundancy
+   what multiple values might mean (multiple <a rel="top"> in the same document)
+   what UAs are supposed to do with this
 mpt says:
 > "As with <a> elements, when <link> elements that use these relationships    
 > are present, UAs should render them. As with <a> elements, when <link>
 > elements that use these relationships do not exist, UAs should not
 > render them. UAs should not make <link> rendering any easier to hide
 > than <a> rendering."