META: Preload

Preload

<link rel="preload"> tells the browser to download and cache a resource (like a script or a stylesheet) as soon as possible. It’s helpful when you need that resource a few seconds after loading the page, and you want to speed it up.

The browser doesn’t do anything with the resource after downloading it. Scripts aren’t executed, stylesheets aren’t applied. It’s just cached – so that when something else needs it, it’s available immediately.

Example

<link rel="preload" href="/style.css" as="style" />

Prefetch

<link rel="prefetch"> asks the browser to download and cache a resource (like, a script or a stylesheet) in the background. The download happens with a low priority, so it doesn’t interfere with more important resources. It’s helpful when you know you’ll need that resource on a subsequent page, and you want to cache it ahead of time.

The browser doesn’t do anything with the resource after downloading it. Scripts aren’t executed, stylesheets aren’t applied. It’s just cached – so that when something else needs it, it’s available immediately.
Example

<link rel="prefetch" href="/style.css" as="style" />

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