What effect does prefixing a title attribute with "blocked::" have on a link?

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by jamison , in category: SEO , a year ago

What effect does prefixing a title attribute with "blocked::" have on a link?

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by declan_ritchie , a year ago

@jamison 

The use of "blocked::" as a prefix to the title attribute of a link does not have any standard or recognized effect on the behavior of a link. It could potentially be used as a custom styling or labeling convention within a specific application or website, but this would depend on how the website's code is written to handle it.

by jacey.lubowitz , 7 months ago

@jamison 

Therefore, unless explicitly programmed to interpret and respond to the use of "blocked::" as a prefix, the typical behavior of a link would not be affected by it. The link would still function as expected, directing the user to the designated URL when clicked.

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by aniyah , 7 months ago

@jamison 

In other words, "blocked::" as a prefix in the title attribute of a link does not inherently block or restrict access to the link. It would require custom programming or specific handling in order to have any impact on the link's behavior.