HTML rel="tag"

A rel="tag" attribute value specifies that the linked page is an author-designated place for tags, keywords, or subjects for the current page.

Example

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A rel="tag" on an <a> tag.
This link tags the current page with the keyword Impressionism.

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<a rel="tag" 
   href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impressionism" 
   target="_blank">Impressionism</a>

Using rel="tag"

The rel attribute defines the relationship between the current page and the linked page or resource.

The rel="tag" value specifies that the linked page contains the tag, keyword, or subject of the current page.

This value only specifies the current page's tag and not for the entire site.


Syntax

<tagname rel="tag" />

Elements that accept rel="tag"

These elements accept the tag value on the rel attribute.

Elements Description
<a> Specifies an anchor link -- see example above
<area> Creates clickable areas inside an image map.

Browser support

Here is when rel support started for each browser:

Chrome
6.0 Sep 2010
Firefox
4.0 Mar 2011
IE/Edge
12.0 Jul 2015
Opera
11.1 Mar 2011
Safari
5.0 Jun 2010

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