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HTML issues tagged as div.
The rel attribute defines the relationship between a linked resource and the current document. Valid on <link>, <a>, <area>, and <form>, the supported values depend on the element on which the attribute is found.
Here’s an example of using the rel attribute to link a document to a CSS stylesheet:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="default.css" />
Here’s an example os using the rel attribute to tell search engine spiders to ignore the link relationship with another document:
<a href="https://example.com" rel="nofollow">more info</a>
The <dl> element, used to create a definition lists that matches some terms with their definitions, has nesting issues related to <div> elements used with it.
A <div> tag has been found as a direct child of an <ul> tag, and this is not allowed. For example, <ul><div><li>item</li></div></ul> is not valid, but <ul><li><div>item</div></li></ul> is valid as the direct child of <ul> is <li>.
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