rel="nofollow" attribute on links in CMS

Afaict, there's no way to add the rel="nofollow" attribute to outbound links on CMS blog posts. We can do this on regular static links. Can you implement this for blog posts please as otherwise, it affects the site negatively from an SEO standpoint.

 

Thanks.

 

Graham

  • Graham Cox
  • Jul 6 2017
  • Adam Hayes commented
    29 Jul 09:30pm

    If your team adds this I will get a Webflow tattoo on my forehead

  • Graham Cox commented
    28 Mar 06:57pm

    Hi @webflow


    This feature was requested 4 and a half years ago now.


    What is the point of us posting feature requests if you don't even bother to respond to them??? This shouldn't take long to implement, it's a simple feature.


    It's also an essential feature, because without it, we can't link externally without giving away all our link juice to other sites.


    This is basic stuff and webflow won't be taken seriously as a blogging platform without it. Please respond and please implement asap.


    Thank you.


    Graham


  • Yesbaby commented
    16 Dec, 2021 08:37pm

    Any update?

    WE NEED THIS!!!

  • Bradley Williams commented
    31 Jul, 2021 10:38am

    Hey guys any update on this? Is it in the pipeline? Correct me if I'm wrong but is this not super simple to implement? In the same way as implementing the "open in new tab" button was when building the CMS. If so, it's going to be a HUGE reason why bloggers will never sign up to use Webflow to manage their site.

  • Branden Harvey commented
    28 Jul, 2021 05:07am

    Google is about to start getting mad at us. so this is really important.

  • Simon commented
    13 Jul, 2021 05:18pm

    This is needed Webflow. Especially for people who manage blogs. The CMS is great, but features like this are important!

  • Rajagopalan C commented
    12 Jul, 2021 02:04pm

    This is a really basic feature for SEO. It's quite inconvenient when essential functionality are missing. It should be implemented ASAP!


  • Team Merci commented
    3 Jun, 2021 12:44pm

    We need this, please!

  • Emil Simeonov commented
    24 Mar, 2021 05:37pm

    This is a basic feature that should be added ASAP...

  • Jessica Belvedere commented
    24 Mar, 2021 05:17pm

    This needs to be implemented ASAP - it hurts SEO and we should be able to have control over this small control.

  • Evgeniy Gusarov commented
    12 Oct, 2020 06:51am

    The fact that Webflow offers a CMS for people to manage blogs, but does not include nofollow controls is ridiculous. It makes running a blog focused website really useless.

  • Marta Piotrowiak commented
    9 Sep, 2020 02:33pm

    This is ridiculus that Webflow doesn't support nofollow and other atributes.

  • James Oliver commented
    28 Aug, 2020 02:31pm

    Is there a date on this? I cant believe you cant no follow links on posts haha

  • Michael Watson commented
    23 Jun, 2020 08:21pm

    The fact that Webflow offers a CMS for people to manage blogs, but don't include this feature is ridiculous. It makes running a blog focused website almost useless. Unfortunately I've only realised this doesn't exist, only AFTER spending hours crafting my new publishing company website using Webflow. Gutted is an understatement.

  • Paul Arnesen commented
    14 Jun, 2020 01:08pm

    This is needed! Especially after the information on the fact that these links can negatively effect SEO has resurfaced - https://www.seroundtable.com/google-guests-posts-nofollow-links-29605.html

  • Engati Dev commented
    10 Jun, 2020 03:24am

    This is a single feature that is preventing us to move the entire blog. Sad to see basic features missing in a paid product for years.

  • Leadconsulting commented
    5 Jun, 2020 12:56pm

    +3

  • Tony Myers commented
    4 Jun, 2020 11:42pm

    +1 for this please.

  • Nguyễn Ngọc Hưng commented
    11 May, 2020 09:15am

    Should be implemented asap

  • Mateus R. Carvalho commented
    4 Apr, 2020 04:29pm

    This is a really basic feature for SEO. Should be implemented asap!

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