CaptainSalad2 - 10:51 pm on Jun 19, 2013 (gmt 0)
Thanks for the response guys, ill just leave them as they are and not add a nofollow like I have been doing for years.
In YOUR opinions though, should google give a LITTLE weight to W3C compliant in terms of trying to improve the quality of the web?
I was just clutching at straws really while trying to work out why carefully crafted custom sites with unique textual content are suddenly being outranked by sites built in FrontPage with thin content and a general shabby feel that I havenít seen since the 98!
Linking out to other sites (site wide) was one of the things I can now cross off my list as to why they are better sites than my clients.
P.S if googles response to not giving a W3C perk was "there are too many good sites out there that don't comply", its a shame they didn't have the same reasoning when it came to something out of the website owners control, penguin.