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When the HTTP protocol is used, these methods are given more accurately by the protocol. However, for reasons similar to those for the title property, it can be useful to include the information in advance in the link. The HTML user agent can choose a different rendering as a function of the methods that are allowed. For example, if an object has a method that supports searching, an icon denoting this can be rendered.
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