a way to segment & use nofollow sites & links ?

i know that you can select just dofollow platforms, or mostly dofollow platforms in the engine selection when you start a project.
uncheck engines that do nofollow links 
& i know there is a tick box under
that you can select only dofollow links if you want,
but if you were to do both or one of these, & only post to dofollow sites, is there a way to select all of the nofollow sites that are left ?
i.e. use all the dofollow sites for main part of project, build dofollow tiers to etc, & use the nofollow sites that are left as a seperate project linking to same money site but just used to mask/diversify the link profile etc .
because i have built tiers (this is one example)
contextual – select platforms that use mostly dofollow when starting project)
contextual – select platforms that use mostly dofollow when starting project)
tier 3 (everything else etc)
and you end up sometimes getting
tier 1 dofollow
tier 2 nofollow
tier 3 dofollow
so you lose the dofollow from the 2 bottom tiers because a nofollow link has slipped in to tier 2.
i dont tick the box under
that you can select only dofollow links if you want, 
& at start of project
uncheck engines that do nofollow links>also uncheck engines that create both dofollow & nofollow links
but if i did all these, is there a way to select everything that is not being used in these projects because they are nofollow links ?

Need to limit the previous/next post links to current author editing post

I installed a plugin to be able to display a previous post / next post option in the backend, in the post edit screen. However the code does this for all posts and we really would like to build in a restriction.

I would like to restrict the links to point only to the posts made by the logged in (current) user editing his/her own post at that moment.

The code I would like to alter is this (I already added a current user variable, in case I’d need it)

add_action('admin_print_footer_scripts','amm_edit_next_prev_post_button'); function amm_edit_next_prev_post_button(){     $  screen = get_current_screen();     //echo "<pre>";     //print_r($  screen);     $  supported_types = array('page', 'post');     if( strpos($  screen->parent_file, 'edit.php') !== FALSE && in_array($  screen->id, $  supported_types) && in_array($  screen->post_type, $  supported_types) && $  screen->action != 'add'){         //Prev-Next are arranged acc. to post table so switched next to prev and prev to next         $  next_post = get_previous_post();         $  previous_post = get_next_post();         $  current_user = wp_get_current_user();         ?>             <!--<style>body{background-color:red !important}</style>-->             <script>                 if(window.jQuery) {                     jQuery(document).ready(function($  ) {                         $  (window).load(function() {                              var is_next_post_available = '<?php echo ($  next_post->ID) ? true : false ?>';                             var is_prev_post_available = '<?php echo ($  previous_post->ID) ? true : false ?>'; 

I did some researching and fond this but would be hesitant if I can combine these two ? Modify previous and next post links to current Authors Other posts

Sitemap: Should I dynamically update sitemap for dynamic content or create a page containing all the dynamic links

Say i have the following route http://<my-domain>/{category}/subjects/{id}/Sitemap: Should I dynamically update sitemap for dynamic content or create a page containing all the dynamic links

the ones in the brackets are dynamic, I’m struggling with what is better or any better way to let google crawl through all these dynamic links

Approach 1: manually doing the job by removing or adding the record to site map and updating <lastmod>

Approach 2: create a page that includes all those links and reference that page in sitemap.xml

The second approach can be generated as a plain html file which is generated from the server app. Or, a simple webform aspx page that dynamically generates those links without having to create an html file.

need a utility to use RCP from AIX to Linux or Windows that does not follow links [closed]

I have an ancient AIX server that I cannot install RSYNC on and doesn’t support SCP.

I need to back up the files so I started using rcp to a Linux VM but have 3 different directories that evidently have loops due to links such as shown below :

rcp: /usr/websm/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/html/en_US/wsmship/bin/wsmrefresh: There are too many levels of symbolic links to translate a path name.

I was hoping filezilla or winscp would have a switch to allow me to copy from old machine using RCP but no such luck. No file space on the disk to tar and move. No way to attach external devices as it is remote and being scrapped.

I got everything copied from the server except the 3 directories that apparently have loops and would just like a windows utility to do it.

If I could install software rsync would have made this much easier, but the prerequisites can’t be accomplished (I already tried the install of rsync)

Hierarchical taxonomy list with transformated links

I have two functions displaying a term list of the selected taxonomy:

First function:

$  terms = get_the_terms(get_the_ID(), 'MY_TAXONOMY'); if (!is_wp_error($  terms) && !empty($  terms)) {     foreach ($  terms AS $  term) {         $  name = $  term->name;         $  link = add_query_arg('fwp_typ', FWP()->helper->safe_value($  term->slug), 'https://www.MYWEBSITE.com/');         echo "<a href='$  link'>$  name</a><br />";     } }        

Second function:

    global $  post;     $  taxonomy = 'MY_TAXONOMY';     $  terms = wp_get_post_terms( $  post->ID, $  taxonomy, array( "fields" => "ids" ) );     if( $  terms ) {         echo '<?ul>';         $  terms = trim( implode( ',', (array) $  terms ), ' ,' );         wp_list_categories( 'title_li=&taxonomy=' . $  taxonomy . '&include=' . $  terms );         echo '<?/ul>';     }  

The first one ignores the hierarchy, but transforms the links as I need, i.e. so that they lead to queries of the WP’s Facet Plugin. I understand that this line is key here:

$  link = add_query_arg('fwp_typ', FWP()->helper->safe_value($  term->slug), 'https://www.MYWEBSITE.com/');  

The second one includes the hierarchy, but the links don’t lead where I would like. How do I make this second function transform links like the first one?