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What does "Nofollow in HTML and HTTP header" mean in Site Audit?
What does "Nofollow in HTML and HTTP header" mean in Site Audit?

Find out why you see "Nofollow in HTML and HTTP header" issue and how to fix it

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Written by Dania
Updated over a week ago

If you notice the issue "Nofollow in HTML and HTTP header" in your site audit report, this refers to:

"Pages with a "nofollow" implemented both in meta tag and in HTTP response header (X-Robots tag)."

We then inform you of what you can do to fix this issue:

"It is enough to implement a "nofollow" either in HTML meta tag or in HTTP header"

So to avoid this issue in the first place, you should NOT implement a "nofollow" in both the HTML meta tag and HTTP header.

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