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Example other link relationships

<link rel='index' title='Main Title' href='http://domain.com/' />
<link rel='start' title='Part Three' href='http://domain.com/part-3/' />
<link rel='prev' title='Part Two' href='http://domain.com/part-2/' />
<link rel='next' title='Part Four' href='http://domain.com/part-4/' />


Have a big impact to make my site get a nice rank to Search Engine?

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Maybe. These tags used this way may help to associate related documents together. If they do have value I would say it is a small amount but definitely worth doing as browsers may also use these tags to help the user navigate the website.

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