Making my WordPress Category Links DoFollow
Hi Josh and Syahir,
I read here that Graphene automatically adds the NoFollow attribute to all necessary links and pages, but I would like to make my blogroll links DoFollow.
DoFollow plugins seem to deal only with the comments section, but do you know of a plugin that can make my blogroll Links DoFollow? If not, how can I do it from within Graphene? Much thanks!
HillaryAdminJuly 21, 2012 at 10:26 pm #30845Quote:I read here that Graphene automatically adds the NoFollow attribute to all necessary links and pages
It’s actually WordPress that adds the
rel="nofollow"attribute. But even so, it adds it only to links in comments to discourage spam. All other links should have no
rel="nofollow"attribute assigned to them, whcih inherently makes them “dofollow”.
Thanks for this link Syahir but I’m still confused.
I know that WordPress adds the rel=”nofollow” attribute to comments, but is it possible to make the hyperlinks that I enter into my Bloglog (within WordPress Links) “dofollow” links?.The Links section of WordPress has a “rel” box but no real option to select “dofollow”. Sorry, but the WordPress support forums say it’s theme related. Thanks again.
I see that they are nofollow..
Are you using the standard Link widget(blogroll)?
maybe this is caused by your Platinum SEO plugin.. maybe there’s a setting there that makes the links nofollow
since you only have 3 links there, you can try adding them in a Text widget and see if the rel=nofollow disappears.
I also noticed that the links have the nofollow attribute only when on the homepage.
Your plugin IS the one causing this. Change the settings.
see this: platinum seo packAdminJuly 24, 2012 at 8:13 am #30853
Marking thread as resolved. You can do this yourself as well.
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