Adds a checkbox in the insert link popup box for including rel="nofollow" in links as you create them; as well as other tools that provides
It's really sad when plugin authors make a great plugin, tens of thousands of people use it, then they stop updating it. That's exactly what this author did and as of WordPress 4.2, it is completely broken and useless.
Just installed WP 4.2 and the insert / edit links function used for adding hyperlinks to posts and pages breaks because of this plugin. In fact, most no follow plugins break this function after WP 4.2
Was a good plugin, but now gets 1 star for lack of maintenance and updates. Even when it DID work, it was sloppily coded because it threw off the spacing on the edit / insert popup window, pushing the "search" box down to the point of overlapping the search results window.
Works great! Only adds nofollow to links I specify.
Really useful plugin, from all nofollow plugins this is closest to what we need! Two things could be improved to make it perfect for us, though:
1) In WP 4.0 (at least in our implementation) the "Insert/Edit Link" window is too small with the 2 new options, half of the "or link to existing content" and the complete "cancel" line below are not visible
2) The default values for these two options are random when you create a new link. Somebody writes "it remembers the values used for the previous link" but that's not true here, sometimes it does but most of the time both boxes are not ticked whatever I used for the previous link. Anyway, neither behavier fits our needs, we need to hardcode the defaults. Where in the code can I force both boxes to be ticked by default for every new link? This is what we need 99.9% of the time and it's dangerous for us (company) to accidentally create an advertising link without "nofollow" due to German law (and due to Google's penalties for this).
Thank you in advance for any help!
I was looking for something like this, and it works pretty well. I did encounter some script errors, but nothing that caused trouble.
Uncaught ReferenceError: ed is not defined
If I edit current link and remove the tick from "nofollow" checkbox and will open another link to edit with nofollow attribute enabled, there will no tick in checkbox, though the attribute itself does exist.
This is exactly what I was looking for. You hooked straight into the way WordPress already works intuitively and perfectly. Thanks! So many plugins add bulk and confusion to WordPress rather than just simply extended it's already robust Core. Great job!
It is dead simple to install, just like it should be.
I love that I can click wheather a specific link shall be nofollowed or not on the popup where I write the actual link. No automagical rewrites of "all external links" or the like that is bound to bite you in the ass after 6 months.
It <bold>can</bold> automatically nofollow links in post comments, which is also really good to stop webspam.
i would like it has and option where it set nofollow by default.
light plugin and do the job in easy way
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