Test of Chrome Highlighter

This is a test of a bunch of links for the chrome extension.

These Are DoFollow – Should Be Green

A regular Wayfair link: Regular Dofollow Link

A regular Birch link: Regular Birch Link

A https link: HTTPS link

An H tag link:


A span link: This is a link

A div link:

A P link:

Why would you link this way!?

Image link:

These are Proper Nofollow – Should be Yellow

A regular Nofollow Wayfair link: Regular Nofollow Link

A Joss nofollow link: Joss secure nofollow

A nofollow with no quotes: No quotes on nofollow

A nofollow with double nofollows: Double nofollow miscoded

Using external nofollow: External Nofollow

These are improper nofollow – Should be Green

A miscoded nofollow with smartquotes: Smartquotes miscoded

A miscoded nofollow with url: Bad url encoding of nofollow

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Test Post bad title

This is a test of a script (one line down): asdf

And that was the test. It appeared on the line one up from this one. Whee

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This is text. I’m writing text with electronic magic!



Optional Text

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This post is a test of the product preview tool. We’re going to see how it works in a variety of situations — this means linking a variety of different products from different categories, linking them in different ways, and viewing it on different browsers.

Quick test looking for a good sample link.

A List!

We’ll start with a basic list of product links:

An image link

And Here is a link to the image URL.

Moar Links!

Now we shall link to a daily sale sku (this is the Marianne 2 Drawer Nightstand in Black on sale for 226). And we can also toss in a clearance sku (baseball glove that is on clearance for 17.53). Finally we have a headboard on sale via the sales filter (and this “sale” is for a ridiculous 761 — yikes!)

And this link is to a inspiration gallery photo and thus should have no pop-up.

For some more fun and funky links that should word, we have a bedroom set kit and some kind of bamboo flooring sku converted into a really long anchor text links for no particular reason other than to check it out.


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