Lately, I've noticed an interesting situation related to my Drupal site. When I enter the name of my site in Google's search engine, a list is retrieved with my site maintaining the first position in search results. When I click the link that says "See more results from .com," it lists my Home page first followed by links to three Taxonomy pages.
/taxonomy/term/1 /taxonomy/term/2 /taxonomy/term/3
When I click the pagination links at the bottom of those taxonomy pages, I am taken to the following link locations :
I have nodewords installed to control metatags. I have set the NOINDEX and NOFOLLOW metatags for all taxonomy terms (and for taxonomy itself).
I don't mind using CSS to hide taxonomy terms. I use the taxonomy terms to determine which category to highlight via CSS by using jQuery's addClass/removeClass functions. I need to remove the link surrounding the taxonomy term so that it's not indexed in search engine results. Using jQuery to remove this link is ineffective and the results remain in search engine results. It's my understanding that there is a way to remove the link using the template.php file and the template_preprocess_node(&$vars, $hook) function.
I don't know how to go about doing this. All help is very much appreciated.