Originally Posted by MrSS
The simplest way to do that is:
- Right click the "SQ" icon on the rare end right side of the screen (where the SQ icon is located)
- Select "Strike-through "no follow" and "no index".
- Then start opening a website, if you notice some links are striked-through this means that links are no follow and no index links.
Yes this is also a way to find out links with nofollow attributes.
But MrSS, is it not hard to find where is links with striked-through on the page?
If we find striked-through links on this page "http://www.v7n.com/forums/google-forum/273181-i-installed-seoquake-how-detect-site-do-follow-no-follow.html"
There are only 5 links we can find.
but If we use the way which I talk about in my previous reply to detect nofollow links, we find 15 internal and 0 external nofollow links. isn't it?