Anyone interested in SEO knows that one should not place too many links in a page. Yet the rules have changed in some part.
All SEOs know that Google says in its guidelines not to exceed 100 links on a page. This limit does not date from yesterday. Indeed, at a time, Google only indexes the first 100 Kbits of a page. It was therefore necessary that the webmasters put in the top of the page content that is most important.
Referrers should therefore create pages short enough so that Google can index the entire contents of the page, at least the most important part. In fact, Google advocated in parallel a maximum of 100 links per page to force webmasters to create pages relatively short.
But things have changed in 10 years, how to create sites has changed but also the storage capacity of Google. This means that the limit is exceeded 100 links long ago.
Moreover, it even seems that this limit has been removed from the list of best practices of Google. It is therefore understood that the limit of 100 links is not to enforce the strict sense (and for quite some time now). In fact, no need to break your head trying to remove links if your page has 109.
However, there is a limit to the use of links in a page. In fact, pages with an abnormal number of links will be devalued by the engine, so beware of abuse!