The improvements to the editor have been beyond all expectations when I joined. But since you keep making it better, even in unexpected and un-thought of ways, I'd love to see the following.
Please set it up so the link module will open pages with the "new" or "_blank" attribute. That way a reader is not taken away from the article just to follow a link.
Actually, that is discouraged in newer standards of HTML. The markup of a webpage shoulld not concern itself with how the content is being accessed. It should not contain instructions on when a web browser should open a new tab - in particular when more and more browsers may not even have tabs, such as mobile devices.
Thanks for bring this up. That lack has driven me nuts since joining in early '08...but I'd been too sloppy/lazy/etc. to post about it.
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