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+++ title = “Link Typing” description = “Explicitly indicate relationships between documents.” categories = [“navigation”] tags = [“links”, “accessibility”, “taxonomy”, “metadata”] features = [“code highlighter”, “snippets”, “related content”] copyright owner = “Josh Habdas” date = “2019” license = “agpl-3.0-or-later” +++

After Dark uses link typing to indicate semantic relationships between documents. By default the alternate link type is used to highlight the presence of web feeds on the homepage and in taxonomy listings:

<link href="https://domain.example/index.xml" rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="After Dark">
<link href="https://domain.example/categories/privacy/index.xml" rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="After Dark">
<link href="https://domain.example/tags/color/index.xml" rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="After Dark">

In addition to defaults After Dark recognizes the prev and next link types if specified in page {{< external href=“https://gohugo.io/content-management/front-matter/” text=“Front Matter” />}}:

prev = "/series/learn-to-code/part-one/"
next = "/series/learn-to-code/part-three/"

Use prev and next link types for segmented articles, {{< external “https://schema.org/LiveBlogPosting” “Live Blog Postings” />}} or to mimic the traits of a series taxonomy if no series taxonomy is present.

Link Types are commonly shown at the top of the page in text browsers such as {{< external href=“http://elinks.or.cz” text=“ELinks” />}} as an auxiliary form of navigation and can help robots and users better understand relationships between your content.

Learn more about {{< external href=“http://devdocs.io/html/link_types” text=“link types” />}} and {{< external href=“https://gohugo.io/content-management/taxonomies” text=“Taxonomies in Hugo” />}}.