When you add a link to your page, you can use HTML code to specify whether or not the link will open in a new tab. For example, you could add a target=”_blank” attribute to the anchor tag of the link. By doing this, the link will open in a new window if the link is on a web page. You can also configure the browser to open links in a new window if you wish.
This attribute can be added to any element in your web page. When you add a link to another page, you should use the anchor tag. Otherwise, you won’t be able to open it in a new tab. The rel=”noopener no referrer” attribute will prevent the user from “tabnabbing” by opening a new window on the same page. This attribute is required for any link you want to open in a new tab.
In addition to setting the target attribute, you can also include other elements that indicate the type of context in which a link will be opened. The target attribute will tell the browser to open the link in a new window or tab if it supports it. Using an anchor element is also important for links that are not open in a new tab, as it will make it difficult to customize the URL for the page you’re linking to.
In addition to the URL, you can set the ‘target’ attribute for outbound links. You can do this by visiting the Appearance > Menu area in your WordPress admin area. Click on the Screen Options button, and look for the Link Target option. Once you’ve done that, you can add a Custom Link to the navigational menu. Once added, this custom link will show in the Menu Structure column. Once you have done this, you can view the post and see the link in action.