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  1. I tested adding the script just before </head> for my test blog athttp://testing-blogger-beta.blogspot.com/specifically athttp://testing-blogger-beta.blogspot.com/2...new-window.htmland made this link<a href="http://www.bloggertipsandtricks.com" rel="external">Blogger Tips and Tricks</a>but the link still open in the same window?
  2. sorry, maybe like this:................................<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html dir='ltr' xmlns='http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml' xmlns:b='http://www.google.com/2005/gml/b' xmlns:data='http://www.google.com/2005/gml/data' xmlns:expr='http://www.google.com/2005/gml/expr'> <head> </head><a href="http://www.w3schools.com" target="_blank" rel="external">W3Schools</a></html>............................
  3. I received a suggestion as follows - between dotted line...............................You can still use XHTML strict and target hyperlinks and yes still have it pass with W3C validation. You can do this with Javascript between your heading tags you place this code:$(function(){$('a[rel=external]').attr('target','_new');});Then in every link you want to target the new window add rel="external" to the anchor. That will reference the javascript function and open it in a new window and all of which will validate in W3C as XHTML strict. Hope this helps. ..............................I will like to
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  5. I did my homework search "link same page internet explorer" and couldn't find relevant threads so here is my question:I published a post Sultan Azlan Shah - royal hypocrite and tried to hyperlink to another spot in the same webpage using the codes<a href="#speech">speech at 4th convocation of Kolej Islam Darul Ridzuan</a>and<a name="speech"></a><h2>Misery if powerful give in to desires: Perak sultan</h2>It worked with Firefox but don't seem to work with Internet Explorer (IE8?)Is there a workaround so it work in all browsers or a different HTML tag?
  6. Are you saying that adding an id="" attribute would make it work in IE8?
  7. Oh when I tested the link I was using IE8However I am viewing this forum with Firefox and clicked on the lnikhttp://www.selangorreview.com/2010/06/sela...ciety-free.htmlusing Google Chrome, tested the link and it worked. Could it be that it wouldn't work with IE8 but will with other browsers?
  8. I tried to link a spot in a blog post<a href="#locationmap">Civic Center Petaling Jaya</a>to another spot in the same page<a name="locationmap"></a><h2>Location map, Petaling Jaya Civic Center</h2>but it is not working. Why? What did I do wrong. The tag above is actually copy-paste from the HTML for that pagehttp://www.selangorreview.com/2010/06/sela...ciety-free.html
  9. I did my homework and search and found no direct answer except this:http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_font_style.aspwhere I could not find reference to <b> being deprecated. But somehow I seemed to have formed an impression that it is. Just seeking confirmation. Is? Is not
  10. In case you need to view the 2 different codes it is here at the bottom of the post:http://testing-blogger-beta.blogspot.com/2...itor-image.htmltesting updated post editor
  11. I use Blogger.com for my blogs and when uploading images, we have the choice of none, center, left, right. When I choose "none" I can position the image anywhere including in the middle of some text. Now Blogger.com have an updated post editor, and we get a different code to display the image and it uses text-align:center and so forth.I tried text-align:none to get the same effect as before is that the attribute to use for <img> is text-align and I don't know any otherCan anyone tell me how to get the equivalent of what I had been able to do before, position the image anywhere including
  12. <img border="0" src="" vr="true" alt="Kimchi, Korea's signature dish" title="Kimchi" />Dear all,What is the attribute vr="true" for? What does vr stands for? virtual reality?
  13. Maybe add a bit of background color like<div style="background-color:green;"><a href="url1">menu 1</a>|<a href="url2">menu 2</a>|<a href="url3">menu3</a> etc.</div>or add some line breaks to create margin<br /><div style="background-color:green;"><a href="url1">menu 1</a>|<a href="url2">menu 2</a>|<a href="url3">menu3</a> etc.</div><br />?????
  14. Sigh! Then a linear series of hyperlink tags separated by | like<a href="url1">menu 1</a>|<a href="url2">menu 2</a>|<a href="url3">menu3</a> etc.Would that be better?Any other suggestions? I have a fair knowledge of HTML and a bit of CSS, so may have to struggle with more complicated methods like frame etc
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