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How can I set to open some particular links in new tab(by default) from Global Navigation bar and Link from Link List app.

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  • Please be more clear- you mean Site settings global navigation – Shiva May 14 '15 at 11:56
  • I mean links in the global Navigation bar at home page of any page as well as links with in the Link List Web App – cjs May 14 '15 at 11:58
  • is it publishing site? in Global Navigation Bar means, link to subsite or pages on top right? – Waqas Sarwar MVP May 14 '15 at 12:08
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Write a script to with quoting classnames. get the classname where ever u want to apply this.

Here is the example

$(function () {    
    $(".classname a").each(function (i) {
        $(this).attr('_target', "blank");
    });
});

Load this script into master page.

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This article describes an old trick for making certain links open in a new tab. Just append the url for any link you want to open in a new tab with #openinnewtab, and add the following javascript code (master page would be best):

$(document).ready(function() { $('a[href$="#openinnewtab"]').attr('target', '_blank'); });
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The easy OOTB approach is to edit the page, select the Link tab in the ribbon, check the "open in new tab" box next to the URL. Not sure for a links web part, but you can do the same config in a Custom Links web part.

Good luck!

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You could specify target='_blank' in the <a> tag. Please refer the this link for details:

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  • Your answer provides a correct solution to open links in a new tab, however, you should include for the operator information on how to inject the global navigation bar with your Code. – SteffPoint Oct 1 '19 at 14:09

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