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how do I stop "nofollow" from being active?
I have 95 of these nofollows on my site and I understand this is causing problems. I am not technical, so need a simple fix.
As we can see in the screenshot provided above, this is just a simple CSS class, please don't worry about it.
Also please try to explain in other words or using some screenshot, we don't follow you well.
If you mean rel = "nofollow", these are just links to the author. Designed to prevent Google indexing from author links.
Hi Elvina, Thank you for the response.
Attached is the info from Ryte related to this nofollow issue. I just want to make sure my site is getting all the indexing I'm supposed to.
Thank you for clarifying.
This will be added in the next version release.
Sorry--what will be added in the next release? A way to turn off the nofollow?
This means that nofollow attribute will not be added to the internal links.
The attribute nofollow will be added only in the external links, for example in the author link.
@elvina Hello, in the comments, I sometimes add internal links when I reply a comment. Today I noticed that wpdiscuz add nofollow attribute to internal links.
are you going to cover this in the next update? When will you release the next update, you've told about it 2,5 months ago.
There is no any change here, because we detected that the nofollow attribute is added by WordPress core. wpDiscuz doesn't't have any impact in this issue.