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Where to put the rel=me code

 
Thom
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on 09/11/2011

I've just read on another site where the rel=me code should be placed in your profile linking to your google profile.  Is there a way to do this in Wizzley?


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Simon
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on 09/11/2011

There will be, very soon :) Give us a couple of days, then it will be available. As soon as an author enters his Google Plus profile in Pagewizz, the rel=me will be set automatically. If Google Plus is empty, we'll probably use the author's Facebook or Twitter profile for rel=me.

Cheers,

Simon


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Thom
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on 09/11/2011

Thanks Simon. 


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Simon
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on 09/12/2011

Hmm, I looked it up in detail: It seems, *we* have to link from each article to the corresponding author's profile on Pagewizz. Then the author's profile must have another link to the Google Plus profile. The Google Plus profile again needs a link back to the Wizzley profile page. Quite an effort ...

As far as I could find out, Google is still tweaking around with it, so maybe we should wait until the requirements  is settled there.


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Thom
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on 09/12/2011

I believe Wizzley should provide two things.  1. Each article will need to link to the Wizzley member profile using the rel=author, and 2. A way for the Member to link back to their Google Profile which needs to include rel=me.

The Wizzley Member (are we called wizards?) should be responsible for the following three things: 1. Inputting their Google Profile link into their Wizzley author profile (automatically triggering the rel=me tag, 2. Linking their Google Profile to their Wizzley profile, and 3. Validating the connection.

Even though Google may be tweaking this, in the long run, this will greatly benefit Wizzley and its members.


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