That would be a great feature. I have that one hub where I have a lot of links on it, and it would be wonderful if those links opened in another window so I could get an accurate count of visits. The way it is, the visitors have to keep hitting the back button, which gives me another visit to the page.
Just a thought...
This has been discussed here million times. Industry standard for better user experience is to open links in the same window...
You can choose, in text capsules, to have your links open in a new window by using the drop-down menu in the hyperlinking box.
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 Kate McBride11 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 multimastery10 years ago
When creating links in the link boxes, is there a way to get them to open up in a new window? If not this is a much needed option to provide convenience for HubPage visitors and improve visitor retention.
by Appletreedeals7 years ago
Here's the question: Should you have outbound links open in a new target window, or open over your hub.thoughts: I DO NOT like opening in new window because ...1. users are used to using browser back-arrow to return...
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?
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...
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