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going offsite warning for external links

  1. I would like a plugin that does what this Drupal module does:

    External Links is a small module used to differentiate between internal and external links. Using jQuery, it will find all external links on a page and add an external icon indicating it will take you offsite or a mail icon for mailto: links.

    Configuration options:

    * Apply icons to either mailto: or external links or both.
    * Configure external links to open in a new window.
    * A confirmation message when leaving the site (Section 508 compliance).
    * Regular expression inclusion and exclusion of links considered external.

  2. jiaz1

    The site linked to your name is not a blog. Please give us a functioning link to your blog so we can help.

    If you don't have a wp.COM blog, you are in the wrong forum:

  3. the domain is not active anymore, but it used to link to, which is still up.

    i had paid the $10 so that my wordpress.COM blog name is masked.

    in any case, my question does not necessitate an active wordpress.COM blog to answer.

  4. Yes, it does.

    If you read the link I gave you, then you know that wordpress.COM is not the same as wordpress.ORG.

    Here is most likely where you should be to have your questions answered:

  5. This might also be of interest re: your question about plug-ins:

  6. so i provide a link to my blog that's hosted on wordpress.COM and you're still pulling attitude.

    not only can you not answer my question, you go around being the police.

    i'm asking if a certain plugin exists. if you don't know the answer, then don't answer the post.

  7. @jiaz1: Tess did answer your question, by giving you these two links:

    Better learn to read instead of "pulling attitude".

  8. We cannot use plugins at wordpress.COM. Plugsins are for self-hosted blogs only.

    There is no way to do what you want to do with a wordpress.COM hosted blog.

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