rel = ‘next’

rel = ‘next’ is an HTML tag that points to the URL of the page next to the currently displayed page, and is a method for allowing google to correctly recognize content that spans multiple pages.

It is generally called pagination settings, etc., and can indicate to Google that the specified URL is the content of the next page.

Reference example:
<link rel = ‘next’ href = ‘http: //www.example.com/page2’ />

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