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There is no such thing as "dofollow". All links are followed unless specifically stated otherwise (nofollow).
What some people call a "dofollow" link is just a normal link - i.e. a link that does not have the rel="nofollow" attribute. If you use dofollow in the rel attribute of a link, it is simply ignored by search engine spiders. So, what you want is simply something like this: <a href="target.html">target</a> There is no dofollow (or similar) ...
That HTML document was created by Microsoft Office which puts that meta tag in automatically. Microsoft office documents contain reference to other files. When office converts the file to HTML it includes that list in this format. Google reports that it runs into it occasionally when crawling the web. As far as I know, only Microsoft Office itself makes ...
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