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The HTML element specifies relationships between the current document and an external resource. This element is most commonly used to link to stylesheets, but is also used to establish site icons (both "favicon" style icons and icons for the home screen and apps on mobile devices) among other things.




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The sizes attribute indicates the icon size, while the type contains the MIME type of the resource being linked. These provide useful hints to allow the browser to choose the most appropriate icon available.


This attribute indicates the language of the linked resource. It is purely advisory. Allowed values are specified by RFC 5646: Tags for Identifying Languages (also known as BCP 47). Use this attribute only if the href attribute is present.


This attribute is used to define the type of the content linked to. The value of the attribute should be a MIME type such as text/html, text/css, and so on. The common use of this attribute is to define the type of stylesheet being referenced (such as text/css), but given that CSS is the only stylesheet language used on the web, not only is it possible to omit the type attribute, but is actually now recommended practice. It is also used on rel="preload" link types, to make sure the browser only downloads file types that it supports.


The value of this attribute provides information about the functions that might be performed on an object. The values generally are given by the HTTP protocol when it is used, but it might (for similar reasons as for the title attribute) be useful to include advisory information in advance in the link. For example, the browser might choose a different rendering of a link as a function of the methods specified; something that is searchable might get a different icon, or an outside link might render with an indication of leaving the current site. This attribute is not well understood nor supported, even by the defining browser, Internet Explorer 4.


The value of this attribute shows the relationship of the current document to the linked document, as defined by the href attribute. The attribute thus defines the reverse relationship compared to the value of the rel attribute. Link type values for the attribute are similar to the possible values for rel.


Note: Instead of rev, you should use the rel attribute with the opposite link type value. For example, to establish the reverse link for made, specify author. Also, this attribute doesn't stand for "revision" and must not be used with a version number, even though many sites misuse it in this way.


\n The HTML element specifies relationships between the current document and an external resource.\n This element is most commonly used to link to stylesheets, but is also used to establish site icons (both \"favicon\" style icons and icons for the home screen and apps on mobile devices) among other things.\n


\n The sizes attribute indicates the icon size, while the type contains the MIME type of the resource being linked.\n These provide useful hints to allow the browser to choose the most appropriate icon available.\n


\n This attribute indicates the language of the linked resource.\n It is purely advisory.\n Allowed values are specified by RFC 5646: Tags for Identifying Languages (also known as BCP 47).\n Use this attribute only if the href attribute is present.\n


\n This attribute is used to define the type of the content linked to.\n The value of the attribute should be a MIME type such as text/html, text/css, and so on.\n The common use of this attribute is to define the type of stylesheet being referenced (such as text/css), but given that CSS is the only stylesheet language used on the web, not only is it possible to omit the type attribute, but is actually now recommended practice.\n It is also used on rel=\"preload\" link types, to make sure the browser only downloads file types that it supports.\n


\n The value of this attribute provides information about the functions that might be performed on an object.\n The values generally are given by the HTTP protocol when it is used, but it might (for similar reasons as for the title attribute) be useful to include advisory information in advance in the link.\n For example, the browser might choose a different rendering of a link as a function of the methods specified;\n something that is searchable might get a different icon, or an outside link might render with an indication of leaving the current site.\n This attribute is not well understood nor supported, even by the defining browser, Internet Explorer 4.\n


\n This attribute defines the character encoding of the linked resource.\n The value is a space- and/or comma-delimited list of character sets as defined in RFC 2045.\n The default value is iso-8859-1.\n


\n The value of this attribute shows the relationship of the current document to the linked document, as defined by the href attribute.\n The attribute thus defines the reverse relationship compared to the value of the rel attribute.\n Link type values for the attribute are similar to the possible values for rel.\n


\n Note: Instead of rev, you should use the rel attribute with the opposite link type value.\n For example, to establish the reverse link for made, specify author. Also, this attribute doesn't stand for \"revision\" and must not be used with a version number, even though many sites misuse it in this way.\n


Before you start, make sure that you're using a Google Account that has the Editor role for the Analytics property and Administrative access for the Google Ads account(s). Additionally, only active Google Ads accounts are eligible for linking with your Analytics property.


The linking wizard makes it easy to link your Google Ads account(s) to multiple views of your Analytics property. If you have multiple Analytics properties that want to link to your Google Ads account(s), complete the linking process for each property.


If you have multiple Google Ads accounts in a link group and want to unlink only some of your accounts from your Analytics property, follow the Edit a link group instructions in the previous section.


In addition to setting up a link with individual Ads Accounts, you may also allow for or disable ads personalization for any users from specified countries and/or regions via the advanced ads personalization setting which can be found within Property settings.


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