add <link> rel="prev", rel="next", etc.
|Reported by:||jidanni||Owned by:||anonymous|
One thing wordpress and its default themes perhaps may have
ignored, and you might want to put on your long term TODO list,
is the functionality of the full set of <link> parameters.
<link rev="made" href="mailto:email@example.com"> <link rel="index" href="maillist.html"> <link rel="top" href="threads.html"> <link rel="up" href="msg00267.html"> <link rel="prev" href="msg00267.html"> <link rel="next" href="msg00284.html">
in say the headers of
Let's take the rel="prev" link for instance. This is used by e.g., the
emacs-w3m browser for
<backspace> runs the command w3m-scroll-down-or-previous-url which is an interactive compiled Lisp function in `w3m.el'. It is bound to DEL, S-SPC, <delete>, <backspace>. (w3m-scroll-down-or-previous-url ARG) Scroll the current window down ARG lines, or go to the previous page.
Note that this is not the same as a browser's BACK function, (which is
B runs the command w3m-view-previous-page which is an interactive compiled Lisp function in `w3m.el'. It is bound to B, <left>, <tool-bar> <w3m-view-previous-page>, <menu-bar> <w3m> <Back to Previous Page>. (w3m-view-previous-page &optional count) Move back count pages in the history. If count is a positive integer, move backward count times in the history. If count is a negative integer, moving forward is performed. count is treated as 1 by default if it is omitted.
Anyway in addition to the current posts_nav_link(), you would want to make some
these <link>s for <head>.