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Can the link rel=nofollow tag on links in posts be disabled / changed to follow

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Can the link rel=nofollow tag on links in posts be disabled / changed to follow

Post by popeye33 on November 9th 2014, 8:22 am

As the title says, links placed in posts are link rel=nofollow by default. Can this be changed in anyway to follow?

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Re: Can the link rel=nofollow tag on links in posts be disabled / changed to follow

Post by Ramdaman on November 9th 2014, 2:37 pm

Have you tried it?
Code:
<a href=" " rel="follow">
I'm guessing this is what you mean.

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Re: Can the link rel=nofollow tag on links in posts be disabled / changed to follow

Post by SLGray on November 9th 2014, 6:24 pm

Are you referring to links to somewhere that is not on your forum?


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Re: Can the link rel=nofollow tag on links in posts be disabled / changed to follow

Post by popeye33 on November 9th 2014, 7:22 pm

@Ramdaman wrote:Have you tried it?
Code:
<a href=" " rel="follow">
I'm guessing this is what you mean.

Yes that is correct. I havent tried writing the html code in the post, didnt think of that idea. Laughing

I just enabled HTML in posts and in user profile preferences, and yes putting the rel=follow html code in the post does the job.

Much appreciated, thankyou. thumright



Are you referring to links to somewhere that is not on your forum?

Yes that is correct, links to another site. I know outgoing links dont help SEO etc , but i want to help just one site in particular, and Ramdaman's method lets me add rel=follow only where i want to, which is a good thing, and the rest of the outbound links in posts stay nofollow.

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