There is no generic "link" element at the moment that works as a container for other elements.
You would need to write custom code for that. For example, a simple wrapper could look like this:
<a href="..." target="_blank">
<?== f.query('elems/*').inline() ?>
Edit: The problem is that a generic link ...
The number of internal links per page tends not to matter much from a PageRank perspective.
Fewer links per page will pass more PageRank per link.
Also, pages on your site will receive fewer links from other pages on your site.
There is a fixed amount of PageRank available to your site. You can distribute it to your pages via internal links. The number ...
I don't think the quantity of internal links is that important anymore. The 100 link rule has been removed from the Google guidelines. On sites like Wikipedia you can pretty clearly see that this rule isn't followed and they rank very well.
Personally, I link to anything on my site that is related to the topic I'm talking about. Granted the 'link juice' that ...
Google is implementing cache so we can only do one thing is need to validate the time. If we received the request within 5 seconds of mail sent we need to block that as its google cache. If we received the request after 5 seconds we can count that.
I believe that with the new Google Analytics with Enhanced Measurement tracking, if you enable "Outbound clicks" you no longer have to manually setup Google Tag Manager.
It will track them for you as a Google Analytics click event with the parameter outbound set to true
Capture an outbound click event each time a visitor clicks a link that leads ...
I did hear multiple experiences of "link juice" still being around for a couple of months after removal, however in the end a removed link will lead to a stop of passing link juice.
Never heard of an extra negative effect of losing a link (as in more negative than 0).
Bear in mind that SEO is a constantly changing entity and that there is almost no ...