Adds a checkbox in the insert link popup box for including rel="nofollow" in links as you create them; as well as other tools that provides complete control over the rel="nofollow" tag on your blogroll links and comments.
This plugin contains several tools in one package to significantly increase your control of the rel="nofollow" tag on every link on your blog, on both an individual and categorical basis. It is designed to give you fine-grained control of linking for SEO purposes.
The plugin's main features are:
- The addition of a nofollow checkbox when inserting links in posts
- Several nofollow shortcodes
- A nofollow option for individual blogroll links
- Or a nofollow for all blogroll links option
- Add or remove the nofollow tag from all links in comments
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Ultimate Nofollowon the
Pluginsmenu in WordPress.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I nofollow links I insert in my posts or pages?
Just check the
add rel="nofollow" to link option direction under the default
open link in a new window/tab option.
How do I use the shortcode?
You can use any of these shortcodes to insert a nofollowed link
[nf] using the following format:
[nf href="http://link-url.com"]Link Text[/nf]
You can also include the optional attributes
target. A full example would look like:
[nf href="http://link-url.com" title="Link Title" target="_blank"]Link Text[/nf]
Nofollow option on the insert/edit link popup for posts and pages.
Settings page on the Dashboard.
Nofollow checkbox on the add/edit blogroll link page.