Is is possible to make an intext link in a hub open in a new SMALLER window.
The objective would be to encourage readers to return to the hub after looking at the information in the link.
Yes it is possible. However, I can't give you the coding , as the filters here on Hubpages just kicked it out. Feel free to email me and I will explain it.
by Kate McBride10 months ago
I would like to have the links in my hub open in a new window. Is it possible to do this? Replies to this question will be much appreciated. Thank you
by Heidi Thorne3 years ago
A reader noted that he would have liked to see the links in my posts open in a new tab/window so that he could easily look at and reference multiple articles at the same time. I don't think this is necessary on all...
by WriteAngled6 years ago
Before, when I placed a link within a text capsule, I had an option of specifying whether the link would open in the same window causing the reader to leave the hub, or in a new window. This possibility seems to have...
by Randi Benlulu5 years ago
Is there a way to have the links in your hub open up in a separate window?While I love to provide links and enjoy following links on other people's hubs, I find it a bit frustrating being redirected while I am still...
by Shauna L Bowling3 years ago
Is it possible to add a feature to links within text and to the photos to opt to have the link open in a new window? This would allow the reader to stay on the original page. Bounce rates rise every time someone leaves...
by Bill Yovino6 years ago
Is there a way to include a hyperlink to another website without transfering the user away from Hubpages? In other words, is there a way to force a new window so that the original page is still present?
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