Yes I see the rel="canonical", I install the module in my local 234BS Edge version.
But my question is about the HTML attributes rel="next" and rel="prev" to indicate the relationship between individual URLs.
If I understood correctly, but I can be mistaken, it is to indicate that page 2 is the logical continuation of page 1, etc ....
As the example indicated on the page of the support Google. The objective is not the same as for the rel="canonical".
Since my first post, I have seen that raiwa has created a module for rel="prev" rel="next". So I think this is a good complement to the rel="canonical".
Edited by bonbec, 12 April 2017 - 11:42.