|01-18-2005, 05:51 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2003
Google to combat spam - new web standard
Google is going to reveal today a new link attribute called "nofollow", which site makers can use to classify hyperlinks as not being counted by search engines, in order to make most types of spam useless. A site owner would program links in certain areas to have this text in the link tag:
The link would then not be counted in Google, and presumably other search engines will support the tag.
Interesting solution. More at InsideGoogle.
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