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How to add rel="nofollow" to link [Deleted]

Discussion in 'Tips and Guides' started by hkda_vietnam, May 20, 2012.

  1. hkda_vietnam

    hkda_vietnam New Member

    hkda_vietnam submitted a new resource:

    How to add rel="nofollow" to link (version 1.0) - rel nofollow, link nofollow

    Read more about this resource...
    sgesvn likes this.
  2. Chris D

    Chris D XenForo Developer Staff Member

    I hate to say this as you've clearly put some effort into this but:

    1) Editing core XenForo files is highly not recommended.
    2) By default in XenForo all links created by members are assigned the rel="nofollow" attribute. No action is required for this to work.

    Example: http://www.valvetime.net

    View source:


    URLs posted by staff do not have this attribute, but that's on the assumptions that your staff won't spam.
    ideenwerk and DSF like this.
  3. nusapromo

    nusapromo Member

    using "
    or '
  4. Chris D

    Chris D XenForo Developer Staff Member

    There's no need to worry - this add on doesn't do anything.

    Should be removed really.
  5. Slavik

    Slavik XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    Regardless it is a submission to the RM. If you believe it to not be of any value, rate it as such using the rating system.

    Brandon Sheley likes this.
  6. zooki

    zooki Active Member

    Super ! : ) never knew this
  7. akhilaniyan

    akhilaniyan Active Member

    Is this modification works with xenforo 1.2?

    Will this modification have the ability to set nofollow to admin and moderators too?
  8. Hemant Aggarwal

    Hemant Aggarwal New Member

    There should be some option in Xenforo to change default settings for links. Being a moderator, when I link to other websites in answers for reference, I want my links to have nofollow. Is there a way to do that?
  9. MISC

    MISC Member

    I am of the same opinion!
  10. hkda_vietnam

    hkda_vietnam New Member

    This resource has been removed and is no longer available for download.

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