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Title: What is Anchor tag and how can you open an URL into a new tab when clicked?
Post by: pihu147741 on October 08, 2019, 01:39:08 AM
Hello friends,

 What is Anchor tag and how can you open an URL into a new tab when clicked?
Title: Re: What is Anchor tag and how can you open an URL into a new tab when clicked?
Post by: sinelogixtech on October 10, 2019, 12:11:39 AM
Hi Friends,
The anchor tag is essentially a tag that you can attach to a word or a phrase (exactly like you would a normal internal or external link), except it brings readers down to a different section of the page as opposed to another webpage. You're essentially creating a unique URL within the same page when you use this tag.

just add a target="_blank" attribute to your links (anchor tags). Now when your visitors click that link, it will open in a new window or tab

Title: Re: What is Anchor tag and how can you open an URL into a new tab when clicked?
Post by: viagracialis on October 10, 2019, 07:39:35 AM
Anchor tag in HTML is used for linking between two sections or two different web pages or website templates.

To open an url into a new tab in the browser upon a click, we need to add target attribute equal to _blank.

<a href=”#” target=”_blank”></a>
Title: Re: What is Anchor tag and how can you open an URL into a new tab when clicked?
Post by: RH-Calvin on October 15, 2019, 10:18:09 AM
The anchor tag is essentially a tag that you can attach to a word or a phrase (exactly like you would a normal internal or external link), except it brings readers down to a different section of the page as opposed to another webpage.
Title: Re: What is Anchor tag and how can you open an URL into a new tab when clicked?
Post by: Arjun75020 on October 24, 2019, 07:47:57 AM
The anchor tag is essentially a tag that you can attach to a word or a phrase (exactly like you would a normal internal or external link), except it brings readers down to a different section of the page as opposed to another webpage. You're essentially creating a unique URL within the same page when you use this tag