When we write our profile page, many of us include links to other pages or hubs. What I don't want to do is lose the reader. I would like to be able to add html to open the link in a new window. I suggest that feature be added to managing our own profile pages.
Web browser settings override whatever is coded in the page, so really, the reader controls how the link is handled these days, not the page author.
We used to have the option to make links open in a new window or tab. Not sure when HP took it away but I miss it.
While a user can force a link to open in a new window, typically by holding down the CTRL key while clicking, it is rather hard for them to stop a link from opening in a new window. In my opinion the user doesn't really control that aspect of it.
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