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Solving “Element link is missing required attribute property”

I use the W3C validator to check my HTML 5 documents, and somewhat recently this new error appeared, saying “Element link is missing required attribute property.”
After a bit of research, it turned out that, if a <link> tag is NOT inside the <head> section of the document but is in the <body>, then the validator wants an additional property attribute. Probably even easier with an exemple:

When inside the <head> section you would write:
<link rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/css” href=”css/myStyle.css”/>

But when inside <body> you’ll write:
<link property=”stylesheet” rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/css” href=”css/myStyle.css”/>

And voilà, no more error in the validator 😉

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