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Here is the JavaScript code which you can add in your page so that all external links open in new tab Make sure to refer jquery reference <script type="text/javascript" src="jquery"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ var url = '://' + window.location.hostname; // get the current website name, and i ...


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Yes. You can. Just create a listview webpart in custom page in which you can have the links you want. And in that page you can add the javascript or jquery to find the anchor tag and add the property target='_blank'. It'll work.


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Use Summary Links Web Part to open links (internal and external) in new window, without writing a single line of code. To enable Summary Links Web Part, you will have to enable Publishing feature though.


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Not a full solution, but a fairly easy workaround: If you open the view page for the item itself and then click on the lookup from within that ViewForm, it will open the lookup item ViewForm in a new tab.


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First find your way to Navigation Settings – start with Site settings > Look and feel > Navigation > Global Navigation setting. Use Radio button to enable the site to use its own Top Link bar and not inherit it from parent site. Then tick the check box for SharePoint Server 2010 to automatically display the new pages in the site



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