A link, pointing to webpages, media files on the web ("podcast"), related content, etc.
See rel() for details.
- Frank Osterfeld
Definition at line 26 of file link.h.
the relation between the feed/entry and the linked resource.
The value of rel() is usually one of the following:
"alternate": The URL points to an alternate version of the feed/entry. In practice, this is the article described in an entry, or the homepage of the feed.
"enclosure": The link describes an Enclosure. See Syndication::Enclosure for more information.
"related": links to web resources with related content. E.g., an article discussing KDE might link to the KDE homepage.
"self": "identifies a resource equivalent to the containing
element". This is usually the URL of the feed source itself.
"via": The link points to the source of the information contained in the feed/entry
- the rel value specified in the feed. Default value is
Definition at line 31 of file link.cpp.