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Discussion in 'Digital Marketing' started by FERT-TEK, Mar 29, 2007.
A ph# might be nice on the first page. Looks very nice but sometimes keeping it simple is best.
MD, you seem to be my go to guy thanks for all your help. Unfortunately I dont know code so this may take a while. Is there a way to do it in design view?
Haven't you ever chose the "split" option that puts the code above the design at the same time?
I always keep both open split so I can see the changes. It shows me more and helps me learn what's going on.
Anyhow, I tried that in design view too and it worked. Highlighted a word, went above to "Insert" and picked hyperlink. Chose "blank" and entered the web address. It automatically made the word into a hyperlink. And in design view, too.
I understand how to make an image or text into a hyperlink but cant figure out how to make it open in a new browser window. I want to set it up so mine is always open and the link opens the new page, then viewer has to come back to my site after viewing the link I provided.
If you followed the steps I mentioned, it should open a new window.
If you highlight the word, go to Insert, and choose "blank" along with filling the address, it should automatically put target="_blank" into the link. That's what the "blank" is referring too. Target = blank, as in a blank new window.
Unless you are doing it a different way.
Does your menu above say "Insert" anywhere?
Here's a view of my window...
After clicking "Insert", click next on "Hyperlink" and this here should be available - click the down arrow to open the options like parent, blank, etc..
Sorry, now I understand what you mean. I will give it a try. Thanks again.
You are welcome. Looking at your post time, you must either be at the keyboard, or been there a short while ago. Let us know how it goes. I'm on my desktop in my home office to tweak our "home for sale" web page, but am going to my laptop in the bedroom to lie down and watch CSI Miami, too.