It used to be that websites were pretty much all html, and were image sparse and mainly text. These days though with CSS becoming more advanced every day, there are more ways to add content to a page, and more ways to link out from that page.
Google had a guideline that stated there should be no more than 100 links on a page at any one time. So with these new developments in CSS, SEOs had to make sure that the link count for each page was under 100.
But now Google has removed that stipulation from their on-site guidelines. See what Google’s Matt Cutts has to say on the subject below:
Blog Post by: Greg McVey