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#1 zeldalee 28-07-2021 13:35:05

Hello David,
I want to use a very informative website to help inform my customers about a certain subject.  Because Maian Cart does not use HTML and I really don't understand the Maian Cart format, how can I use the type of html script on my site?  <p>Check out <a href="https://www.xxxxxxxxxxxxx.org/" target="_blank">zzzzzzzzzzz</a>.</p>  I want to access the site in a separate tab, so the customer can access that site but not leave mine.
Thank you
Zelda

#2 msworld 29-07-2021 05:38:30

The 'target' attribute is deprecated in HTML5 and should not be used. Also, you can't technically force a new tab or window to open, this is controlled client side and so browser settings can overwrite it. In most cases though scripting will work.

Maian Cart uses simple BBcode. Standard for most forums along with Markdown. I have considered adding a wysiwyg editor into Maian Cart, but not sure at the moment. Did you click the ? button for the BBcode? That details how to add hyperlinks.

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