UPDATE – 11 JUNE 2009: Support & Development for this plugin has been discontinued. Anyone who wishes to modify or update the plugin can do so freely with the condition that the current GPL license are kept intact.
Nofollow Links in Posts plugin enables you to add the “nofollow” attribute into links in a post within a specified category.
This plugin is useful if you are doing sponsored posts. You can set the plugin to add rel=”nofollow” into links in posts older than “X” days.
Currently, the plugin only works with WordPress 2.5+ (works up to WordPress 2.7). There are no plans yet in making this plugin compatible with prior versions of WordPress.
- Unzip ‘nofollow-links-in-posts.zip’ and upload the ‘nofollow-links-in-posts’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Go to the ‘Settings’ menu and click on ‘Nofollow Links in Posts’ to see the plugin options.
Configuring Nofollow Links in Posts
I was going to write a basic tutorial on how to configure the plugin but MacBros beat me to the punch!
Please click on the following link to view the detailed and thorough guide to configuring the Nofollow Links in Post plugin:
+ Add rel=”nofollow” to ALL your old sponsored posts with just a click!
v1.1.1 – Fixed minor design flaw.
v1.1 – Added function to enable nofollow links in ALL posts.
v1.0 – Initial public release
- 0 days won’t work.
- Links in pages are also being nofollow’ed
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