Last modified: 2011-04-14 13:11:02 UTC
The article given in the URL field should explain this enhancement idea to stop
spammers from getting higher google rankings through wiki sites.
rel="nofollow" support was implemented last January, is on by default since 1.4beta6.
I didn't see it in the HTML for external links in the page source, so maybe you
implemented it through CSS. Sorry to bother then.
If you're looking at en.wikipedia.org, it's off on that particular site due to a public vote, as
apparently people enjoy spam and actively support spammers there.
Yes, that's the one. Ah, good to know. Mightily strange.
Have a nice day.
I have got errors on my own server about the following wiki page:
Since i am not owner of that wiki site, the only thing i could do is delete the entries, but they just come back every 5 minuts.
On my server (which has nothing to do with this wiki site I get the following error:
[Thu Apr 14 03:50:14 2011] [error] [client 220.127.116.11] e, referer: http://www.wikiamericajagg.org/WikiEspacio/index.php?title=Chontal&action=submit
I do get hundreds of this a day and i don't know what is going on and/ or how to avoid it.
I don't know if this is the correct place for this but i couldn't find any better.
Re-closing. Please don't report problems by reopening completely unrelated bugs.
Sorry about that, I am totally new to wiki.