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#1: Hyperlinks for both XP and Vista

Posted on 2007-11-26 16:57:02 by betford

Using FrontPage 2003, when I set a hyperlink Target Frame for "new page,"
viewers using both XP and Vista get a new window. How can I make the
hyperlink launch a "new window" for XP users, but a "new tab" for Vista
users?

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#2: Re: Hyperlinks for both XP and Vista

Posted on 2007-11-26 17:45:17 by Ian Haynes

> Using FrontPage 2003, when I set a hyperlink Target Frame for "new page,"
> viewers using both XP and Vista get a new window. How can I make the
> hyperlink launch a "new window" for XP users, but a "new tab" for Vista
> users?

This is controlled by settings within IE7 on the users machine and not
something you can force. Sorry!


--
Ian Haynes
MS MVP FrontPage
http://www.ew-resource.co.uk

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#3: Re: Hyperlinks for both XP and Vista

Posted on 2007-11-26 17:53:11 by betford

That makes sense, but ... in my own IE7 (at home), some links automatically
launch a new window, some automatically launch a new tab, and some open
within the same tab. What are the web-developers doing that cause all those
different actions within the same instance of IE7? And how can I simplify MY
viewers lives?

Thanks!

Betsy Ford

"Ian Haynes" wrote:

> > Using FrontPage 2003, when I set a hyperlink Target Frame for "new page,"
> > viewers using both XP and Vista get a new window. How can I make the
> > hyperlink launch a "new window" for XP users, but a "new tab" for Vista
> > users?
>
> This is controlled by settings within IE7 on the users machine and not
> something you can force. Sorry!
>
>
> --
> Ian Haynes
> MS MVP FrontPage
> http://www.ew-resource.co.uk
>

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#4: Re: Hyperlinks for both XP and Vista

Posted on 2007-11-26 19:24:16 by Ronx

IE7 can be configured to open pop-up windows as a new tab. New Windows
open as new tabs.
FireFox can be configured to open new windows as new tabs, pop-up
windows open as pop-up windows.

In IE:
Tools->Internet Options
In the Tabs section click Settings.

Users will have set things up as they want them.
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Ron Symonds - Microsoft MVP (FrontPage)
Reply only to group - emails will be deleted unread.

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"betford" <betford@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:FE76CBB5-0C12-45B8-BC08-1A6B0FE7E51A@microsoft.com:

> That makes sense, but ... in my own IE7 (at home), some links automatically
> launch a new window, some automatically launch a new tab, and some open
> within the same tab. What are the web-developers doing that cause all those
> different actions within the same instance of IE7? And how can I simplify MY
> viewers lives?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Betsy Ford
>
> "Ian Haynes" wrote:
>
> > > Using FrontPage 2003, when I set a hyperlink Target Frame for "new page,"
> > > viewers using both XP and Vista get a new window. How can I make the
> > > hyperlink launch a "new window" for XP users, but a "new tab" for Vista
> > > users?
> >
> > This is controlled by settings within IE7 on the users machine and not
> > something you can force. Sorry!
> >
> >
> > --
> > Ian Haynes
> > MS MVP FrontPage
> > http://www.ew-resource.co.uk
> >

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#5: Re: Hyperlinks for both XP and Vista

Posted on 2007-11-26 19:26:01 by Mike Mueller

Can you provide an example page that opens in a new tab in IE?






"betford" <betford@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:FE76CBB5-0C12-45B8-BC08-1A6B0FE7E51A@microsoft.com...
> That makes sense, but ... in my own IE7 (at home), some links
> automatically
> launch a new window, some automatically launch a new tab, and some open
> within the same tab. What are the web-developers doing that cause all
> those
> different actions within the same instance of IE7? And how can I simplify
> MY
> viewers lives?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Betsy Ford
>
> "Ian Haynes" wrote:
>
>> > Using FrontPage 2003, when I set a hyperlink Target Frame for "new
>> > page,"
>> > viewers using both XP and Vista get a new window. How can I make the
>> > hyperlink launch a "new window" for XP users, but a "new tab" for Vista
>> > users?
>>
>> This is controlled by settings within IE7 on the users machine and not
>> something you can force. Sorry!
>>
>>
>> --
>> Ian Haynes
>> MS MVP FrontPage
>> http://www.ew-resource.co.uk
>>

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#6: Re: Hyperlinks for both XP and Vista

Posted on 2007-11-27 11:40:48 by Ronx

See http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/tests/pages/IE7-tabs.htm

--
Ron Symonds - Microsoft MVP (FrontPage)
Reply only to group - emails will be deleted unread.

http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/fp




"Mike Mueller" <MyName@ecinet.net> wrote in message
news:#FO$BnFMIHA.3976@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl:

> Can you provide an example page that opens in a new tab in IE?
>
>
>
>
>
>
> "betford" <betford@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:FE76CBB5-0C12-45B8-BC08-1A6B0FE7E51A@microsoft.com...
> > That makes sense, but ... in my own IE7 (at home), some links
> > automatically
> > launch a new window, some automatically launch a new tab, and some open
> > within the same tab. What are the web-developers doing that cause all
> > those
> > different actions within the same instance of IE7? And how can I simplify
> > MY
> > viewers lives?
> >
> > Thanks!
> >
> > Betsy Ford
> >
> > "Ian Haynes" wrote:
> >
> >> > Using FrontPage 2003, when I set a hyperlink Target Frame for "new
> >> > page,"
> >> > viewers using both XP and Vista get a new window. How can I make the
> >> > hyperlink launch a "new window" for XP users, but a "new tab" for Vista
> >> > users?
> >>
> >> This is controlled by settings within IE7 on the users machine and not
> >> something you can force. Sorry!
> >>
> >>
> >> --
> >> Ian Haynes
> >> MS MVP FrontPage
> >> http://www.ew-resource.co.uk
> >>

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