Originally Posted by Birdie
Where do people get this sort of excrement from? There is NO such thing as a "dofollow meta tag"!
That's true; links are, by default, "follow". There is no way to designate that.
I have also never heard of a "nofollow meta tag"; do you even know what a 'meta tag' is?
There is an attribute
for the anchor tag to designate links as not to be followed by search engines. Attributes are frequently incorrectly called "tags" or "meta tags".
To the brightwebcorner and brainmoore:
The nofollow attribute is used like this:
<a href="example.com" rel="nofollow">This link not supposed to be followed by search engines</a>