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Learn how to use the help rel link tag to improve your site.

The "help" link rel tag is utilized to link to a resource providing help related to the current document. This could include user manuals, FAQ pages, or support documentation. It essentially directs the user toward assistance or more information about the page they are viewing.

Code Examples

<link rel="help" href="https://example.com/manual">
Links directly to a comprehensive manual or guide that is relevant to the current page.
<link rel="help" href="https://example.com">
Links to a homepage rather than a specific help or documentation page, which might not be immediately helpful to the user.


  • Contextual Relevance
    Ensure the help document is directly relevant to the content or functionality of the current page to provide immediate value to the user.
  • Accessibility
    Make sure that the help documentation is accessible, considering different types of users, including those who rely on screen readers or have other accessibility needs.