Opening Links in New Tabs/Windows
`target=“_blank”` to links to force them to open in new tabs or windows is currently disabled because of a security concern that hasn’t been patched in all the browsers yet, so we're giving it a little bit more time before we reactivate it. In the meantime, students can open links in new tabs and windows by using their browser's/operating system's default features.
You can control where a link opens by holding certain keys on your keyboard and then clicking the link. For example:
- ALT + Click = Open link in new tab in background
- ALT + SHIFT + Click = Open link in new tab and switch to it
- CTRL + Click = Open link in new tab in background
- CTRL + SHIFT + Click = Open link in new tab and switch to it
You can also right click a link and select "Open in New Tab" or "Open in New Window".