In this WordPress Tutorial, we will show you how to add title and nofollow to insert link popup in WordPress blog. So Lets’s start to learn WordPress step by step with TalksInDepth
When you write blog or website post, you add links in your posts to build the better relationship between the content of posts to your users.
But in WordPress user interface by default only have three attributes Url, Link Text And the option of Open In New Window, But in SEO point of view it is not enough, You also need to insert “Title” and “NoFollow” attribute to create your post SEO friendly to get high rank in search engine.
How To Add Title and NoFollow To Insert Link Popup in WordPress Blog
Why You Need Title and NoFollow for Insert Link Section in WordPress Blog
The “Title” attribute in a link allows you to write a description of the page you are linking to. And “NoFollow” attribute tells search engines that they can crawl these links, but you don’t want to pass away any link authority to linked websites.
So when you want to create SEO friendly URL for your blog post, you need to insert both attributes in your blog post URL.
Now when you click on insert link button, you see a popup like this:
It also allows you to add URL (link) and URL text with an option to choose open that link in new window. With these attribute you can create HTML link, that looks like:
<a href="http://example.com" target="_blank">Example Website</a>
Adding Title and NoFollow Fields in Insert Link Popup in your blog
You can add Title and NoFollow Fields in Insert Link Popup in your blog by installing the plugin. First Go to Your WordPress Dashboard, Then Go To Plugin Tab And Click on Add New Button. And Type Title and Nofollow For Links
Now Install the plugin and also activate it. It is very simple to install, there is no configure for it.
After installing and activation the Title and Nofollow For Links plugin, when you add the link in your post you will get the new interface with Title And NoFollow attributes
The HTML code of your hyperlink with a title and nofollow attributes will look like this:
<a href="http://example.com" title="Example Domain" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Example Website</a>
That’s all. We hope this WordPress Tutorial helped you understand how to add title and nofollow to insert link popup in WordPress blog.
For more Seo ideas, you can see our WordPress Tutorial on WordPress Seo
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- Thinking of getting into blogging? Here’s our WordPress Tutorial on how to start a blog step by step
- Here’s how to install WordPress after downloading it from WordPress.org.
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