Html4 link rel's

Mozilla supports HTML4 , and I think IE might as well, somehow.

This patch adds some potentially useful ones to the RT Header Element.

Links are talked about here…
http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/struct/links.html#h-12.1.2

The possible kinds of links are talked about here.
http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/types.html#type-links

These make for a kind of nifty interface extension, although it’s more
useful for real “documents” the way it’s designed. I guess it just
gives one more button to press, which could be useful to prevent
scrolling, say if you’re at the bottom of a page and need to go somewhere.

— Elements/Header 2001/11/02 03:57:16 1.2
+++ Elements/Header 2001/11/11 05:30:00
@@ -13,6 +13,14 @@

% }

+
+<link rel=“search” href="<%$RT::WebURL%>/Search/Listing.html"

  •               title="Search RT" />
    

+<link rel=“bookmark” href="<%$RT::WebURL%>/User/Prefs.html"

  •              title="Preferences" />
    

+<link rel=“bookmark” href="<%$RT::WebURL%>/NoAuth/Logout.html"

  •              title="Logout" />