WordPress is an awesome blogging tool. As far as I know it is the best, most versatile content management system (CMS) there is. One of the many reasons I love WordPress so much is because it’s absolutely user-friendly. For example, opening any link into a new tab in your browser is super simple.
Opening a Link to a New Tab
To create a link in WordPress’ visual/text editor is very easy. Select the text you want to make a link and click on the
The link button opens up a new window called
You can select the
All your selections will be saved after clicking on the
This approach works on all posts and pages.
If you want to add links into your sidebar or footer widgets, you will have to create these links manually.
Add the following code to the widget’s body:
<a href="/" title="Structure of Success">Visit stosu.com!</a>
Don’t forget to click on the
Opening a Menu Item to a New Tab
To make a menu item open into a new tab, go to
In the drop-down menu tick
Now click on the
Save your menu by clicking on the
From now on this menu item will open in a new tab.
Easy, isn’t it?
I hope that you found this short tutorial helpful. Let me know if you have, or even if you haven’t, in the comments below.
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