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Open a Link in a New Window

In the Rich Text Element, you can click the Link button in the toolbar and check the option highlighted below.

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For webmasters who still need to use the code in the Custom HTML element, that is also a way to have a link open in a new browser tab. Here’s how to do it:
 
The simple answer is to use a Custom HTML element and insert the target="_blank" attribute into your link.
Here’s how to do it more specifically:
 
1. Insert a Custom HTML element onto your page.
2. Add the link including the target attribute: 
<a><href="http://www.schoolloop.com" target="_blank">School Loop</a>
Replace "http://www.schoolloop.com" with your URL and replace "Link text goes here" with the label you want for your link.
3. Click Save & Exit and you are done!