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    Anyone Use Mambo?
    does anyone use Mambo to run their websites? i have everything the way i want it but the links. i would like links that i put into articles on the front page to open in a new window. can this be done?

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    Sorry, I need to be informed, what is Mambo?

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    it's like phpnuke, it is supposed to make managing your site easy.

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    i have a friend that uses mambo for his site http://www.borntobeblue.co.uk .... now if memory serves me right all you need to do is add the appropriate html code into the document...

    To get a link to open in a new browser window, what you do is add the target="_blank" attribute to your link tag, like this:

    <A HREF="http://www.pageresource.com/linkus.htm" target="_blank">
    Link to us!</A>

    This will give you the following link:

    Link to us!

    hey presto it should work
    Panic, chaos, disorder, my job here is done

    http://www.totallybear.co.uk/

    http://www.silversolutions.co.uk/

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    Quote Originally Posted by moz
    i have a friend that uses mambo for his site http://www.borntobeblue.co.uk .... now if memory serves me right all you need to do is add the appropriate html code into the document...

    To get a link to open in a new browser window, what you do is add the target="_blank" attribute to your link tag, like this:

    <A HREF="http://www.pageresource.com/linkus.htm" target="_blank">
    Link to us!</A>

    This will give you the following link:

    Link to us!

    hey presto it should work

    how did your friend get his news to display with the newest first? mine is displaying with the oldest first. i really need to know this if you can help.

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    sorry i dont know!
    i have dropped him a mail asking him to look at this thread, so watch this space!!! :mail:
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    http://www.totallybear.co.uk/

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    btw whats the url for your site???
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    http://www.totallybear.co.uk/

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    just to let you know i havent forgotten about this!!
    I have spoken to my friend and he has said he would stop by the forum and give an answer
    Panic, chaos, disorder, my job here is done

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