How to Remove NoFollow From WordPress Comments

How to Remove NoFollow From WordPress Comments
Ruby Rodriquez

A very good post, I’m just setting up shop and wondered what the nofollow was all about. Now I know. Thanks for a very well written explanation.
The nofollow is just for the SE spiders, and does dicourage commenting for SEO purposes, but those who do comment will still get their link in front of real peoples eyes and the more the merrier.
Thanks again PMB (WOA)

How to Remove NoFollow From Comment Author Links in WordPress
Annette Moss

If you don’t know how to add code like this in WordPress, check out my earlier tutorial on how to do so. This snippet simply hooks into the “get_comment_author_link” filter and uses some complex regular expression magic to remove the “nofollow” attribute from the “rel” tag. And if it happens to be the only attribute and we’re left with an empty “rel” tag, it removes that as well. After saving my functions.php with the new code added in, here’s what the same screenshot above looks like now.

How to Remove NoFollow From WordPress Comments
Irma Foster

By default WordPress automatically adds a nofollow tag to all links in the comments. Recently one of our readers asked if it was possible to remove the nofollow from WordPress comments. In this video we will show you how to remove nofollow from WordPress comment links.

WordPress Tip: Remove nofollow Attributes from Post Content
Esther Berry

The str_replace function is a case-sensitive which means that it replaces the string that exactly matches the string exactly. It means that if you call the function to replace the string “MFS” with “abc”, the function would not replace strings which consist of “mFS”, “mfs”, “MfS” because it wouldn’t consider them a complete match. However, the str_ireplace function php is not sensitive-rule and will treat “MFS”, “mfs”, “MfS” ….. all combination as a single match.

How to Remove NoFollow From WordPress Comments
Anthony Baker

The manual method is based on editing a file comment-template.php, which is located in wp-includes . This file is necessary to remove all the rel = “nofollow” and rel = “external nofollow”. The method works, but it does have one major drawback: when you upgrade WordPress again have to edit this file.
Sheryl Fowler

Comprehensive Reference for WordPress NoNofollow/Dofollow Plugins – A concise, current, and comprehensive reference for WordPress no-nofollow and dofollow plugins. Currently featuring 12 dofollow/no-nofollow plugins, this ultimate guide will help you choose the best plugin for your blog.

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