The links that take users to different sites should open in new tabs or windows. Hence, a few methods are given below for reference.
window.open() function creates a secondary browser window. We can specify the required website URL within the function. It also allows us to control certain features of the newly created window using parameters like
scrollbars, and more.
See the following example.
<a href="" onclick="window.open('https://www.required-url.com/', '_blank', 'location=yes,height=570,width=520,scrollbars=yes,status=yes');"> CLICK HERE! </a>
In the above example, we have a hyperlink tag in HTML, which executes the
window.open() function on clicking. Note the
_blank in the above example. It ensures a new tab is opened in the window.
We can also open a URL in a new tab. For this, we do not need the
window.open() function. We only set the
target parameter as
target="_blank" in the hyperlink tag, and it will always open URLs in a new tab.
<a target="_blank" href="https://www.requiredlink.com/"> CLICK HERE! </a>