A couple of Link JS Shortcuts for Chrome

by David Naylor
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for the purpose of this post here is a no followed link Matt Cutts: Gadgets, Google, and SEO and a followed Link David Naylor a UK SEO

One thing I have always used was JS shortcuts of highlighting links the first one shows NOFollowed links in Pink :

javascript:function highlightNofollow(){var newStyle=document.createElement('style');newStyle.type='text/css';newStyle.appendChild(document.createTextNode('a[rel~=nofollow]{border:1px dashed #852! important;background-color:#fcc! important;}'));document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(newStyle);};highlightNofollow();

Second one that not many people use is the one to shows Followed links in blue ( great when no link style is added ;) )

javascript:function highlightNofollow(){var newStyle=document.createElement('style');newStyle.type='text/css';newStyle.appendChild(document.createTextNode('a{border:1px dashed #852! important;background-color:#4bf! important;}'));document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(newStyle);};highlightNofollow();

Hope that help find those links on a page that are hidden ;)

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