First of all, this is not a question of 'how to remove', it's a question of 'should I remove'.
I've just noticed rel
prev links on our single WordPress blogs. I'm not sure if they are new from an update, or if I have just never noticed them before.
Our blogs do not relate to each other in the way of a large blog written over many pages. They are all individual, with the first not having anything to do with the next.
My understanding of the rel
prev tag is that they are used to link grouped pages together - like if you spread a single big blog over many pages. Or pagination on the WordPress archive pages.
As this is not the case in any of our single blogs, I want to know if I should remove the rel
prev as I fear it could be sending the wrong message to search engines.
From my experience I would say it shouldn't be there, but as WordPress is the one adding it in, I thought I'd get some second opinions first.