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    Smile How do I build an external link on my blog?

    I have a blogger blog and am trying to create external links on my post, but they keep on opening on the same browser. Does anybody know the html for this? I remember I did it once on Dreamweaver, but now it feels like ages ago.

    Digitalpointsystem

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    Use this code

    <a href="http://www.external-link.com" target="_blank"> Anchor Text </a>

    The target attribute tells the system how to open the page.

    _blank = New Window
    _self = Same Window
    _parent = Opens in the parent frame
    _top = Opens in the full body of the window

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    Yes this is right and it works..you have really very good knowledge.

    Thanks

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    hi external linkare made by making comments on blog plz keep one think in mind that used related blogs for best out put. links throught commenting means that use all details while commenting like url spacially. Hope u understand it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dj2oon View Post
    hi external linkare made by making comments on blog plz keep one think in mind that used related blogs for best out put. links throught commenting means that use all details while commenting like url spacially. Hope u understand it.
    I don't think that was the OP's question. Might want to re-read his/her post and look at the answer

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    Oh, there's a good way to make external links nofollow, without using the nofollow attribute (rel="nofollow"), or in a position when you're unable to manually set it. It's also handy if you really want to make sure that it's nofollow - like when linking to a suspect site or something of the sort. It's not exactly relevant to your question, but it might help somebody else reading this thread.

    1. Let's say you're linking to Google. Create a directory in your site called 'out' or 'outgoing' or 'links,' anything like that to help yourself maintain organization. Then create a file in that directory called google.php -- then put this (and only this) in the file:

    PHP Code:
    <?php
       header
    'Location: http://www.google.com' ) ;
    ?>
    2. Now, to make that entire directory nofollow, edit your robots.txt file and add:
    Disallow: /out/ (or whatever you called your directory)

    3. Then, whenever you need to make another outgoing link, you can just create another file using the code above!

    Clarification: When someone is taken to yoursite.com/out/google.php they will be redirected immediately to Google's website. However, search engines will not follow the link, ensuring that it's nofollow and that none of your PR will be spread. It also helps if you're trying to hide the fact that you're linking to that site.

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