New Tab suggestions

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Hi, I would just like to suggest a feature regarding new tabs. I noticed that only one tab is used if you click several links in the website. For instance, I am on the main page on my website and I have 6 images there that links to different websites each; When I click image 1 from the main page a new tab appears with that website but when I click image 2 it just replaces the contents from the link of image 1. I hope you can come up with a feature where each image/link can have separate tabs. Thank you.
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Ghee Lardizabal

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Hello Ghee,

If I understand your comment correctly, you can control how a link opens (in a new window or not ) by how the link is written in html:

<a href="http://www.mysite.com/pageone.php" target="_blank">Page One</a>

This will open the new page in a new browser window.

<a href="http://www.mysite.com/pageone.php" target="_self">Page One</a>
This will open the new page in the current window.

If using the Yola "Create a link" page instead of html, there is a box at that bottom to check ("Open in a new window") if you want the link to open in a new window.
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Ghee Lardizabal

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What I meant is that all the links only share one tab. I am hoping that every time I click a link in my site, it will open a new tab. What happens is that if I click link 1, a new tab(TAB 1) will open and then when I click link 2 (TAB 1) will just be replaced by link 2 and then link 1 will be gone.
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Hello Ghee, I don't know a solution to that. I'll let you know if I hear of one.. perhaps using javascript code instead..
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Hello Ghee,

Here is a link with some info: http://www.webmasterworld.com/html/40...