August 11, 2008 in Feedback
Just wanted to to say how happy I am that you are inluding Search Engine Friendly URL's - Excellent!I was reading through your blog posts regarding BB code:
That means if you want to add "rel='nofollow'" to your urls, you can do so without editing files. If you want to change the resulting HTML for a code tag, you can do so, right there in the admin CP. Similarly, the backend treats every bbcode as "custom" as a result, and every bbcode is treated equally.
Which I think is great - one question though:
I wonder if it is possible that you could create within the admin area an option for addng a, rel="nofollow" that is assigned to all links in the forum - and also a box underneath this to create a "Whitelist" so these links will not be effected?
It's good for stopping all the out going links that forums get from all the signature posts and posts etc - it will add value to your website aswell by cutting out linkspamming. If you would like some more information and rel="nofollow" check out:Link:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PageRank#Goog....27.22_proposal
Hopefully you can implement this (If it isn't too much trouble) :)
Not gonna happen, since v3 will be standards compliant and validate, that attribute is not in the standard. Also, it hurts people's legitimate pagerank when properly contextual links is used and this attribute is set.
Not gonna happen, since v3 will be standards compliant and validate, that attribute is not in the standard.
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