CSS3 target-name Property


Example

Open all hyperlinks in new tabs:

a
{
target-name:new;
target-new:tab;
}


Browser Support

Internet Explorer Firefox Opera Google Chrome Safari

The target-name property is not supported in any of the major browsers.


Definition and Usage

The target-name property specifies where to open hyperlinks (target destination).

Default value: current
Inherited: no
Version: CSS3
JavaScript syntax: object.style.targetName="new"

CSS Syntax

target-name: current|root|parent|new|modal|name;

Value Description
current The link will open in the frame, tab or window where the link resides
root The link will open in the current tab or window
parent The link will open in the parent frame. If the current frame has no parent, this value is treated as root
new A new destination (see target-new) is created
modal The link will open in a new (temporarily created) modal window
name The link will open in the existing frame, window or tab of the specified name. If the name destination does not exist, a new destination is created with that name



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