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i want link to be in same window

Posted on 2011-02-21
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ahref = '#location'

I do not want this open in a new tab

this is a link for a location on the same page

with ff3 it opens in a new tab
ie8 same window

i want link to be in same window
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It should have worked in FF, too, as far as I can tell, but try adding "target=_self" to the HREF:

<a href='#location' target=_self>
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thanks
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