In search engine optimization, some of the common words are nofollow, noindex, follow and doindex which all are the HTML attributes.
“Nofollow” provides a way for webmasters to tell search engines “Don’t follow links on this page/website” or “Don’t follow this specific link”. This means that Google does not transfer PageRank or link-juice across these links. Only Humans will be able to follow the links. Pixpa allows you to add nofollow link for both your website and any specific link in blog/ pages.
How to add nofollow for all pages of the website
The nofollow attribute will be added in the page-level meta tag and instructed search engines not to follow (i.e. crawl by bots/crawlers/spiders) any outgoing links on the website.
Go to the Marketing (1) section in the studio. In the SEO menu, you would see the option to Allow or Disallow (3) the indexing of the website from the search engine and click on the Save (4) button.
Disallow it to add nofollow tag for your website.
As you disabled the toggle, refresh your website and go to source code page.
You would see the nofollow tag as shown below.
How to add nofollow in any specific link of pages or blog
By default, all hyperlinks or anchor tags are dofollow only. So, you don’t need to add anything to make a link do-follow as such. But to make a nofollow link, you need to add rel attribute to instruct robots not to crawl this specific link. For example:
An Nofollow Link: <a href=”https://www.abc.com/” rel=”nofollow”>ABC</a>
and Dofollow Link: <a href=”http://www.abc.com/”>ABC</a>
To add nofollow in Page
Create your link and click on the </> icon (shows with an arrow in the image below) to go to HTML editor of that content block. You would see the anchor <a> tag here. Add the rel attribute in it to make this link as nofollow.
After adding rel=”nofollow” in your tag, click on Ok button shows at the bottom of the editor and then click on the Save button at the top right side of the page.
To add nofollow in a blog post
Select the text, insert your link and then click on the code view icon to go to the HTML editor. You would see the anchor <a> tag here. Add the rel attribute in it to make this link as nofollow as shown in the image below.