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KrazyG wrote:The default of wordpress for their links is "nofollow" but you can get a plugin that could convert those "nofollow" links into not.
I thought the default was dofollow.
Anyway, I have use a plugin to make them all nofollow.
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As mentioned early in the forum Wordpress defaults to nofollow on blog comments but you can change this by going into the control panels. Also there are some plugins that help you manage your comments such as comment luv and disquis. These are both do follow comment plugins. I hope that helped
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bettsnirvana wrote:I've read with some forum that wordpress is no follow..is it true?
Nah. That's not true, look for a no-follow checker tool to let you know if it is really a no-follow. I just checked it before and it does all do-follow.
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By default, WordPress adds the no-follow attribute to all commenter URL's. This is great if you are worried about leaking PR but bad if you are worried about deterring SEO conscious visitors. This plugin removes the no-follow attribute allowing you to show a little "link love" to those who comment on your blog.
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