Blogroll configurations

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  • #109338

    lysanzia
    Member

    Does anyone know how to configure the blogroll so it will open each new link in a separate window so the viewer will not completely leave the original site? This would enable both sites to show in two separate windows at the same time.

    #109455

    timethief
    Member

    Yes URL’s in your blogroll can be changed to open up links in a new window.
    Blogroll -> Add Link and look for “Target”
    Please be warned that this is not considered to be a “good” thing to do. It’s bad net-etiquette. It’s cheeky indeed for you to determine to take control over your readers’ browsers. When this happens to me on any site I never return to it again.

    #109462

    I think it depends on how its used. I dont use it on my blogroll, but if i have links in a post then i prefer to have them open in a new window. That way they can read what i have to say about the link, aswell as read the link and then comment with ease

    #109958

    beatme
    Member

    Hi guys can anyone help?

    On my current page for some reason I have to scroll right to the bottom of my page to find my blogroll, but when I vist previous pages the blogroll is where it should be, at the top!

    #109959

    drmike
    Member

    The image in this post is too wide. The sidebar is being forced down because if it and any others too wide for teh content area.

    #109960

    beatme
    Member

    Thanks drmike, I’ll sort that right away :-)

    #109961

    drmike
    Member

    Not a problem. :)

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