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  1. #1
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    Hi All

    I recently went into frontpage and changed all of my outgoing links to have them open a new window. I set the target to blank. When I go to my site and scroll over the link the link shows as [URL=http://www.the-creative-home.com/cgi-bin/site.pl?url=http://www.arcink.com]

    Is this how its supposed to work? I have a website that won't exchange with me because I don't have direct links.

    I don't have affiliate links yet but when I do will this mess up my links?

    Thanks Val
    Valerie
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    Hi Valerie,

    I'm not so sure about the method you used but what I do is put this code in-between the &lt;head&gt;&lt;/head&gt; tags (anywhere really):

    &lt;base target="_blank"&gt;

    And all of the links on the page automatically open in a new window.

    Hope this helps.

    mopek

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    My links are opening in a new page. The problem is that when you mouse over the link it appears to not be a direct link. I want to make sure I am giving a direct link.

    Val
    Valerie
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