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Tagged: no follow links
Here is the example:
<a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.google.com/">Google</a>
thanks, I figured that out myself but my question was more if I use the create link button in the theme and tick the box for a no follow link and if the attribute isn’t showing in the text editor afterwards, does that mean that the function is broken or does it get added somewhere in the coding where I can’t see it? Thanks
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Here are the two screenshots thanks
I think this is what is actually happening, instead of adding a no follow it is adding a norefferer no opener every time the target is set to blank. This happens automatically.
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