Earlier we have discussed about Automatically No Following All External Links In WordPress. But that’s not useful everytime, specially if you are reviewing or writing tutorials on some good websites and services. In this tutorial we will explain you a very easy procedure of getting control over follow/no-follow link relationships.
Inserting `rel=nofollow` links inside your posts or pages via shortcode is an easy and much better method of inserting no follow attribute because here you can decide what links you want to prevent from search engine crawl.
By default when someone clicks any external link on your website he gets redirected to that particular site. This article explains you how you can easily display a custom message with social links or advertisements for few seconds after your visitors click any external link and gets directed to a new web address.
Now you can set WordPress to automatically add a no-follow attribute to all external links in to your WordPress based website. Auto NoFollow Links is the new WordPress plugin that adds nofollow relation to all external links in your blog posts automatically.
You can configure all external links with custom settings globally in your WordPress site. For example: If you want to open all external links in a new tab then you can configure WordPress to open all external links in a new tab so that you don’t need giving blank target everytime you add an external link inside your blog post or anywhere else.
Sometimes when you get worried that some of your comment links on your WordPress site might harm your websitereputation, when you find any comment links like spam etc but you don’t want to delete them then in that case the easiest think you can do is add nofollow to your comment links. This is easy but most of the plugins offer you adding nofollow or dofollow in bulk and this creates problem when you want to add link relationship by yourself.
There are plugins for adding NoFollow and DoFollow attribute to all external links in your WordPress site but this is what creates problem when you want to make certain link DoFollow or NoFollow and you get messed up because of some plugin activated in your site.
Easily add NoFollow attribute to your WordPress site’s menu links. There are two different methods for doing this thing, if you are using latest version of WordPress then you can do this right from your dashboard without editing your functions file.
Easily enforce automatic creation of links over given words across WordPress Multisite installation. WordPress plugins repository is having a simple, light and powerful plugin that allows you to do so. It works in single WordPress installations too.