If you are browsing the web, it is sometimes more convenient to open a link where you click on a new tab rather than the one you are currently using.
By doing so, it allows you to save your progress when you are reading or completing a form on one site and at the same time open another site for quick access.
Google Chrome and other popular browsers allow you to do this on most sites and if you are creating your own website you can design certain links to automatically open in new tabs.
Chrome Native Methods
- Hold down the control button while clicking it with the mouse.
- On a Mac computer, hold down the command button instead of controlling.
- You can also click a link and hold the mouse without releasing it.
- Dragging the link to the browser tab bar to open it in a new tab.
- If you prefer, you can also right-click a link in Chrome.
- In many other browsers to open a menu that allows a variety of options.
- Your options include opening the link in a new tab.
- Open it in a new window completely.
- You can also open it in an “incognito window”.
- Where it will not be largely tied to your other browsing.
- Your history will not be saved for the sake of your privacy
- If you want to open a new tab without opening a website.
- You can click the “new tab” button in the browser tab bar.
- Go to the “File” menu and click on “New Tab”.
- You can also type the letter “t” while holding down the Control key.
- On a Mac, use the Command key instead.
Remember Opened Tabs
- When you open Google Chrome, it will remember which sites you had open in a previous session.
- If you have selected “click to remember where you left off” in Settings and reopen those tabs.
Methods with Blogs or WordPress
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- Add the target = “_blank” attribute to the HTML tag.
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- That will ensure that the page opens in most browsers in a new tab.
- Although the user can also configure the browser to open in a new window.
Related Hidden Function That May Interest You
Google Chrome contains an option on its hidden secret settings page, known as the Chrome Flags page, to replace this automatic opening behavior of the new tab page with a bubble type notification.
- Open Google Chrome, type chrome: // flags / in the address bar and hit Enter. The Chrome Flags page opens.
- Now press the “Ctrl + F” keys together to launch the search box and type apps install in the search box.
- Click on the “Enable” link below this option.
- Now click the “Relaunch Now” button and the Google Chrome web browser will restart.
Now try to install a new application in Google Chrome and once the installation is finished, you will see the notification of the new bubble “The application has been added to Chrome” in the upper right corner of the browser window and no new tab will open that may bother you.