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

The "me" link relation is used to reference a page representing the author or owner of the site. It is commonly used as a part of web sign-in protocols, where it asserts the relationship between an online identity and the individual.

Code Examples

Points to a personal page, establishing ownership of the content and domain.
Links to an unrelated person or identity, causing confusion or misrepresentation of site ownership.


  • Verify the Link
    Make sure the URL specified is controlled by the same person as the one controlling the current page to maintain authenticity.
  • Use with Other Verification Methods
    For added security and verification, combine "me" links with other protocols like rel="author" for a more robust identity representation.

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