No such thing as dofollow:
dofollow attribute does NOT EXIST in either
meta, this is due to the fact that by default both pages and links are considered
dofollow unless you use
Meta follow is not to be confused with dofollow
<meta name="robots" content="noindex, follow">
Despite MASS belief follow and dofollow have nothing in common other than the fact they share a similar name, it has absolutely no bearing on passing of page rank. Meta Follow it simply informs search engines to discover content on the receiving end of links...
A page that is not indexed by Google or Bing will not pass juice period. Also, the usage of
content="noindex, follow" is pointless because simply using
content="noindex" informs search engines to follow links unless you use
Rel dofollow is invalid markup:
<a href="#" rel="dofollow">test</a>
dofollow for attribute
rel on element
a: The string
dofollow is not a registered keyword.d.
Using duplicate REL is invalid markup:
<a href="#" rel="nofollow" rel="rel">test</a>
Error: Duplicate attribute
Example of valid markup using multiple
<a href="#" rel="nofollow me">test</a>
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