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I wanted to add rel = "dofollow" to all internal links only like menu links, title links, user links etc. I managed to add rel = "nofollow" to comments and user posted contents. But I am not able to add rel = "dofollow" attribute to internal links.

Any suggestions how can I do this?

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    AFAIK "dofollow" doesn't exists, and is the same as having no rel attribute, so there is no need to add it. – enzipher Feb 8 '13 at 7:29
  • Thanks for your response. Can you give me some more information/link about nonexistent of dofollow. It would be much better. – Kalpesh Patel Feb 8 '13 at 7:32
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What some people call a "dofollow" link is just a normal link - i.e. a link that is not tagget with the rel="nofollow" attribute.

In other words, this what a dofollow internal link looks like:

<a href="target.html">target</a>

There is no dofollow (or similar) attribute you can add to the link. The absence of nofollow is what you're looking for.

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