Remove noreferrer from post's links on the frontend


This plugin removes rel=”noreferrer” from post’s links on the frontend.

It works only on single posts and doesn’t work on index page. I think it needs to be updated as soon as possible. Write me a message to what do you think about it, please.

Docs & Support

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  • After installation


  1. Download the plugin from
  2. Upload it to your site (if you’ve installed it through WordPress Admin Dashboard skip this step)
  3. Activate the plugin through “Plugins” menu in WordPress


It works!

Just install it and "noreferrer" will be out. Really helpful!

This plugin removed noreferrer from all of my links

It's been bugging me severely that WordPress has been adding the noreferrer attribute to all of my links. Fortunately, I came accross this plugin and I tried it. After installing and activating, all the noreferrer attributes have been removed from the posts. They still have noopener and nofollow when applicable, which is great. There is literally nothing you need to do with this plugin other than install and activate it. There are no settings, just set and forget. Another advantage is that it seems to work just fine with the Gutenberg editor. Other solutions to remove noreferrer require people to use the classic editor instead of Gutenberg.
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Contributors & Developers

“Remove noreferrer from post's links on the frontend” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.