How do I add “rel=nofollow” to specific links (but NOT all of them) in the blog roll to keep from passing page rank to the linked site? Whenever I try to type anything in the “rel” field on the link edit page (wp-admin/link.php?link_id=22&action=edit), some sort of form validation script backs out whatever I type in as soon as I type the first letter.
Obscure, because some of us use the blogroll function for things other than a blogroll. You rename the cats and now you have different sections for use in giving links to others in an industry, or maybe a sponsored link cat, etc… the reason I am asking is one section on one of my blogs is entitled “The Sh*tlist”, and it lists people and companies you should stay far, far away from. Obviously, I do not want to be giving PR to people who I am encouraging others to stay away from.
It would be really nice if someone could make a plugin that would enable webmasters to see and edit the anchor tag (“a href”) in the blogroll/bookmarks area of wordpress. Or may be an option to add, edit extra attributes to the anchor tag.