Monthly archives: February 2010
I had the situation come up where I need a password-protected post in WordPress. Of course that is super easy in WordPress, you can set up a password for it right in the "Publish" box before publishing. But by default, WordPress appends "Protected: " to the front of the post title, before and after the password has been entered. I didn't like that, and thought that the password box was clue enough that the material was password protected.
If you have posts that include the
nofollow attribute on links, you may at some point decide to remove them. By default, WordPress doesn’t insert
nofollow attributes in post content, but there are a variety of plugins that will insert
nofollow into all links in post content.
Or perhaps you have been manually adding
nofollow tags to your post links for SEO purposes. Regardless of how they got there, it’s very easy to clean things up and remove all
nofollow attributes from post content.