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How to get a <A HREF to bring up new browser?

Posted on 1998-09-16
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Dear ?,
     I currently have Hypa-text links in my HTML of the
form <A HREF=... </A>. When clicked the target is
displayed in the same browser. How do I get the
target to come up in a new browser task?
     Yours
     Allan

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sybe earned 100 total points
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<a href="newpage.htm" target="newwindow">
will open th new file in a newwindow
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by:wrobel
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Thanks,
      But does not work with all browsers.
      Yours
      Allan
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