How to Add "nofollow" attribute to WordPress theme "Perth"

by mmfish
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I created a new website http://www.millionairedatingguide.com with WordPress theme "Perth", I can't add "nofollow" attribute to the button link in the "header-clone" part, so I have to hide it, while I found that happndatingapp.com added it. What should I do??

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#add #attribute #nofollow #perth #theme #wordpress
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  • Profile picture of the author namistai
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    • Profile picture of the author mmfish
      thanks, I will have to try
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  • Profile picture of the author jemee
    Just go to "Text" mode and search for rel="noopener" code. If you've created link then you will see this code. Now just add nofollow besides noopener. Arrange the structure like rel="noopener nofollow". Then publish it. Your link will be nofollow. This is the best manual way for me. Some people like to use plugin but I always prefer to use less plugin for my website or my client's websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author littleArtemis
    you can go to WordPress edior in the mode Text and find the paragraph you want to link and add rel = "nofollow", besides, you can add a js to add it automatically so you no need to add it in each post. For eg:

    $( document ).ready(function() {
    $('body > a').attr('rel','nofollow')
    });
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