I’m not sure whether my question has been answered because when reading I am not completely able to figure it out, but I would like to add nofollow to all the links for css links for replete ie links like:
link rel=’stylesheet’ id=’avia-style-css’ href=’http://www.chapinleather.com/wp-content/themes/replete/style.css?ver=1′ type=’text/css’ media=’all’ />
make them into link rel=’stylesheet’ id=’avia-style-css’ href=’http://www.chapinleather.com/wp-content/themes/replete/style.css?ver=1′ rel=”nofollow” type=’text/css’ media=’all’ />
Is there a way to do those links like that globally and nothing else? and would it mess with the layout? and where and how would I go about doing this. Thanks
No, this is imo not possible because we use http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_enqueue_style to add the stylesheets to the head section (see code in functions.php) and we rely on the wordpress function which generates the code. Tbh it also doesn’t make sense to add “nofollow” to the link because web spiders/crawlers will recognize the files as css files…
thank you for responding, that is what I would think also, and I’ve had no issued in Google webmaster mentioning it, but when I used SEOMoz tools to review the page to improve my SEO it says
This page has 158 links on the page…. it is better since I eliminated related products and tag links but I really can’t figure out how they are coming up with 158 links unless they are counting all the image links and css links. I have a menu but it isn’t overly elaborate, I have the bread crumb links which most people find helpful and I have some links in the footer, but I don’t come up with 158 links for navigation links I come up with about 64 including the image links.
At any rate, thanks I guess I’ll just ignore that issue.
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