and it’s cool too, but it’s still easier to simply put *noindex* tag inside the element where those comments are going and be sure, that whole block won’t be indexed.
UPD: ahh, i remember the “problem” with noindex now! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noindex Russian search engines Yandex and Rambler introduce a new tag which only prevents indexing of the content between the tags, not a whole Web page.
Do index this text block. Don't index this text block
so that tag is only works with specified SE, which i don’t think anybody cares about.
damn, that’s a really nice tag :’-(
does anybody know a synonym for Google?
Social bookmarking and photo sharing websites that use the rel="nofollow" tag for their outgoing links include YouTube and Digg.com (for most links); websites that don't use the rel="nofollow" tag include Propeller.com (no longer an active website) (formerly Netscape.com), Yahoo! My Web 2.0, and Technorati Favs.
well, if those guys using it, then i suppose it’s the only way :-(
can anyone point me to a script that would automatically insert *nofollow* property into strictly specified block?
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