I have lines through links on my profile, for instance to other hubbers I am following, on some of the forum threads I am following, has anybody else have this or know what it is?
Yes. Any link that is "nofollow" has a line through it. "Dofollow" links are seen as normal.
ahh thank you very much all is now revealed You have been a tremendous help today thank you so much.
You can also use NoDofollow to check nofollow links, I currently use SEO Quake & SERPTrends addons for my seo
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