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*Read about the Advanced tab below
Link - Advanced tab definitions:
- Access key is an attribute that sets a shortcut key for an element. For example, if a user were using Internet Explorer and were to hit [Alt] + C then this link would be "clicked". <a href="#" accesskey="c">Access Key</a>
- Language Code refers to what language the content is written using. W3schools.com offers a complete list of what values can be applied here.
- Tab Index is used to set the order in which an element is selected when a user uses the "tab" key for navigating the message.
- Advisory Title is a title for the element. W3schools.com offers a list of what values can be applied.
- Advisory Content Type sets the content type of the element. For example, a button may have a type of "submit" or "reset". W3schools.com offers a list of what values can be applied.
- Stylesheet Classes is used enter a CSS class for the element.
- Linked Resource Charset specifies the character encoding for an element (likely won't be used).
- Relationship specifies the relationship between the current element and the document. For example, you can tell Google and other search engines not to index a specific link by setting a rel="nofollow" attribute. W3schools.com offers useful information about this element.
- Style is used to add inline CSS styles to an element.