How do I find the html version of my profile page? I've added links and want to set them to open in a new window.
Do you know that the settings of the browser being used by your web visitors will override the opening preferences coded into the page? So if a visitor doesn't want links to open in new windows, they won't.
Click 'edit' for the hub. Edit the module with the text in it. Click the button that says HTML. However I am not sure whether it accepts that particular code. Opening in a new window may not be an available option.
Sorry, missed that you said profile page
I tried a few things and couldn't work out any way to do it.
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