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WHMCS NoFollowing Backlink (Branded)

Gigarocket

UFO Hunter
NLC
The branded version of WHMCS is a followable link that they force on your WHMCS installation, due to what I have just seen happen with Directory Critic I would like to know if we are allowed to make the link nofollow? Without paying the extra $80 to have the link removed. The branded link is encoded and looks like I cannot remove it.

Any suggestions?
 

wswd

Premium
Premium Member
Even if it wasn't encoded, it would be a violation of their Terms of Service to remove it. So is changing the link to nofollow for that matter. Is WHMCS going to know if you change it? Probably not. But it is a violation of the EULA.
 

[JSH]John

JSHosts.com
NLC
The branded version of WHMCS is a followable link that they force on your WHMCS installation, due to what I have just seen happen with Directory Critic I would like to know if we are allowed to make the link nofollow? Without paying the extra $80 to have the link removed. The branded link is encoded and looks like I cannot remove it.

Any suggestions?
What happened to Directory Critic? I checked your link a few times but keep getting "The maximum server load limit has been reached. Please check back later once the server is less busy." :(

Edit:
It worked after refreshing a few more times. I think this might affect WHMCS more than it would affect those of us using WHMCS? They might want to set it to nofollow on a future update.
 
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FiveWires

New Member
By removing their backlink, it would be breaking of TOS and violation as wswd said and I think they may know and that will lead to permanent suspension so don't do that.
 
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