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    I was just wondering why Expose Theme has Categories content as noindex, follow? Is there a specific SEO advantage to this?

    My top navigation is based of of categories… So wouldn’t I want my categories to be indexed?

    Please see source code Source For ThemeWild

    Please see source code Source For Expose

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    Thanks for the help.


    Basically the nofollow function is intended to avoid duplicate content (i.e. if the same posts are indexed because of the blog, mainpage and archives). If your side structure is based on categories you can remove the no-follow meta tag by deleteting following code in header.php:

    if (function_exists('khelper_follow_nofollow')) khelper_follow_nofollow();
    // outputs a rel=follow or nofollow tag to circumvent google duplicate content for archives
    // located in framework/helper_functions/lots_of_small_helpers.php

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