My apologies if this has already been answered but I searched the forums and couldn't find anything on this topic.
Can individual links be nofollowed (pardon the made-up word) within a hub? I want some of the links dofollowed for SEO value but I'd rather not send link juice to others. I tried adding the nofollow HTML code in the text box while in HTML mode but the code was deleted. That wasn't surprising, because there are only a set number of codes the capsule will accept.
If this feature isn't available now, it would be great if it could be added.
As far as I know, there is no way to manually force a nofollow.
thats true i tried to do same and it cleans up the html tags. so i think no way that you can make it manual......
HP team usualy puts no-follow only on links found in comments , I believe since we do get spammers in here now n agin
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