Create an atom:link element representing a reference from an entry or feed to a Web resource.
- (required) the URI (@href) of the link
- (default "alternate") the link relation type (@rel) as a string; see below
- human-readable, plain-text title for the link, as a string
- advisory MIME media type for the referenced resource, as a string or MIME-type symbol
- advisory length in octets for the referenced resource, as an exact integer
- an RFC3066 language tag (@hreflang) for the referenced resource, as a string
The five common link relations are:
- an alternate version of this resource. For a feed, it might be a link to your webpage; for an entry, it might be a permalink to your blog entry, with type: 'html. Feed readers work better when you include such a link.
- a link to this Atom document, usually the URI to your Atom feed with type: 'atom.
- a related link
- identifies a "potentially large" external resource; you should provide length:
- a link to the source of the information
For type:, the currently known MIME-type symbol shortcuts are 'text, 'html, 'xhtml, and 'atom. Otherwise, use the full type name as a string.