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HTML <a> rev Attribute

  • Last Updated : 17 Jun, 2021

The HTML <a> rev attribute is used to define the relationship between the linked document and the current document. This attribute is reversed of HTML rel attribute. It is not supported in HTML5. 


<a rev="value">

Attribute values:

  • alternate: It defines an alternative version of the document i.e print page, translates, or mirror.
  • stylesheet: It defines an external sheet for a document.
  • start: It defines the first document in a selection.
  • next: It defines the next document in a selection.
  • prev: It defines a previous document in a selection.
  • contents: It defines a table of contents for a document.
  • index: It defines an index for the document.
  • glossary: It defines an explanation of words used in the document.
  • copyright: It defines a document that contains a piece of copyright information.
  • chapter: It specifies the chapter of a document.
  • section: It defines a section of a document.
  • subsection: It specifies a subsection of a document.
  • appendix: It specifies an appendix for the document.
  • help: It specifies a help document.
  • bookmark: It specifies a related document.
  • nofollow: It is used by Google, to specify that the Google search spider should not follow that link and mostly used for paid links.
  • license: It defines copyright information for the document.
  • tag: It specifies a tag keyword for the current document.



<!DOCTYPE html>
        HTML Anchor rev Attribute
    <p>Welcome to
        <a rev="start"


Supported Browsers:

  • Google Chrome
  • Internet Explorer
  • Firefox
  • Safari
  • Opera

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