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  • Plugin Author socialdude


    Thank you for reaching out. Which icons/links are you referring to specifically? Do you have an url where we can see?

    Note: the option to set links on dofollow/nofollow is available in this plugin however your question suggests that they are by default rel=”nofollow” which I don’t think they are.

    I’m Referring to social media icons like facebooks, twitter,etc


    <a href="" title="Join Us on Facebook" rel="nofollow"><i class="fa fa-facebook"></i></a>

    this is how it looks by default.

    Plugin Author socialdude


    Yes, you’re right, they are nofollow by default. You can set them to do-follow in this plugin

    Moderator Andrew Nevins


    WCLDN 2018 Contributor | Volunteer support

    Hi @gig397, I’m commenting here about your report on the following Twenty Sixteen* thread:

    Can I ask what you saw that needed moderator intervention there?

    • This reply was modified 6 months, 1 week ago by  Andrew Nevins.




    I’m getting the problem in editing my data contents in Twenty Sixteen Theme.

    It seems Twenty Sixteen Theme got an update on 6 DEC 2018.

    Now, I want to make a few changes on my Website.
    But when I try to edit the required page(Just wanted to add few links and images), it only shows a single block of contents related to a starting elements of the page and if I try to edit or find remaining contents it prompts the following error :
    “This block has encountered an error !!”.

    So, I would like to ask for the solution and wanted to tell you if the theme isn’t completely tested or stable then how should anyone would release it.
    Due to that unchecked and bugs included theme we had to sit there for hours and needed to make lots changes on our website to make it working with UI and functionality that worked fine a Day before.

    Moderator Andrew Nevins


    WCLDN 2018 Contributor | Volunteer support

    I’m afraid reporting threads is only for things like spam and abuse, or if someone is being out of order. My hands are also tied in the Twenty Nineteen theme.

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