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You can write a javascript function to solve this. <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ if("your condition") { $('.s4-ba a').attr('target', '_blank'); } });</script>


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I don't know about stripping off the spans, but you can override the default styles by using an Alternate CSS file. You create a CSS file that targets the elements you want to style, so for targeting navigation elements you might use selectors like #DeltaTopNavigation a.ms-navedit-linkNode { /* for links in the top nav bar */ } #sideNavBox .root li { ...


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Do the following: Site actions -> Site Settings -> Site Columns From there click "Create" You can now decide what type of column to create. In this case, click "Lookup (information already on this site". Further down, under the option "Get Information From" select the list you wish to pull the info. From there you can select the main piece of information ...


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I followed Aanchal's example though I needed a few other things to get it to work right. I needed to add a reference to jQuery, than I needed to find the proper styles to apply my changes to. I was displaying a really old filtered list from a WSS3 site Upgraded to SP2013. So I needed top open in a new page and change the Font/size of the text. ms-vb2, ...


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Similar questions is asked here: How can you have SharePoint Link Lists default to opening in a new window? You can edit the page in SharePoint designer, convert the List View web part to an XSLT Data View. (by right click + "Convert to XSLT Data View"). Then you can edit the XSLT - find the a tag and add an attribute target="_blank"



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