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1Solved Simple question. Help me with an assignment on Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:54 am

komebeaux


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Hi, I'm a web design student and one of my assignments is to review some web design forums. I am to post a question regarding my final project on said forum and see what kind of help I get. So, here's a simple question that I could probably look up on my own, but I will throw out to you guys....

I am building my webpage in Dreamweaver CS5. In the banner at the top of the page, I have drawn a polygon around a somewhat arbitrary spot that links to another page (It's a wikipedia page, actually). What I would like to know is if there's a way to make that link, when clicked, to open a new tab rather than redirecting away from my site.

Thanks...

ankillien

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Hi,
Welcome to WebArtz Smile

You can make the link open in new tab/window by using the target attribute. You need to set _blank as the value and you are done.

Example:

<a href="http://wikipedia.org" target="_blank">
<img src="IMAGE URL HERE" />
</a>

RSguideMaker

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Damn it Ank. You beat me to replying Razz

By the way, welcome to WebArtz. Why not introduce yourself on the Introductions forum?

komebeaux


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RSguideMaker wrote:Damn it Ank. You beat me to replying Razz

By the way, welcome to WebArtz. Why not introduce yourself on the Introductions forum?

Thanks Ank for the answer.

RS, I will do just that, as I have a feeling I will be back frequently.

ankillien

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Glad we could help out Very Happy

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