• The plugin sounds like a great idea and was just what we were looking for.

    But in the posts view, when select an entire category and then select No-Index, No-Follow. Nothing happens and the source code of the page, doesn’t have the no-index tag.

    Hopefully this is just our experience and it works for you. But check the page afterwards to make sure the no-index tag has been added.

    We also have the Yoast SEO plugin installed, but the no-index is not set in this plugin?

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  • Plugin Author johnc1979

    (@johnc1979)

    Hi kiwimana,

    I hope I can help solve this one for you? I just did a test on a staging and live site using storefront and 2019 themes. Can I confirm that the process was as follows, which is the process I used.
    1. Go to post list view page
    2. Filter to a category
    3. Select the posts to noindex and no follow
    4. Select the noindex/nofollow, noindex or nofollow from the dropdown.
    5. Click update.

    Once I did that I checked the source of the posts and I saw the noindex and nofollow tags in the source code. They’re all in uppercase for easy identification.

    A couple more questions.
    1. Are you using a cache plugin and is it caching admin?
    2. What theme are you using so that I can run a test to rule out a theme conflict?

    Thanks

    John

    Sorry, I tried this again and it is working fine.

    I suspect my site was caching an old copy of the pages. So Five Star review now, couldn’t see a way to change my original review sorry.

    Gary

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