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I'm looking at this answer; in the markdown and preview you can see a piece of code rel="noattribute", like in the following screenshot.

preview

It's not showing up in the rendered output.

rendered

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Ha, fantastic. I wonder if it's intended to be removed from links only and the code to do so is mistakenly being applied to everything. – Matthew Read May 7 '12 at 22:43
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This indeed was a bug in our code that strips rel="nofollow" from a post's html.

A fix will be pushed in the next build (> rev 2012.5.7.2467).

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