Okay, all in all that seems fine for onsite management. What if I come along and start linking to those pages from an external source? Mind you, in most of these nofollow implementations, there is nothing at the destination page level to stop it from being indexed and/or obtaining PR.
And by the way, I am one hard-headed schmuck! When it comes to this nofollow baloney, I take no prisoners and I've done jack for testing. Reading the protocols for all of this will pretty much tell you exactly what is supposed to happen. Using nofollow at the link level is a failed implementation if the destination page is not addressed. Plus you just did something that is "not natural" in the process. ;)
That's okay twotwicky. ;)
All this damn malarkey about nofollow this and nofollow that. What a bunch of you know what!
[edited by: tedster at 9:56 am (utc) on Dec. 10, 2008]