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Hello, I want to be able to create a web page that links to a variety of other web destinations, but I want to be able to manage ALL the link information from ONE spot to simplify administration. In essence, I want the document to use aliases for the hyperlinks (ideally, defined in a test file). When the reader clicks on a hyperlink, they are directed to the destination as defined - kind of like a Dictionary in Python. When a linked document is updated, I will merely need to go into one file and change one piece of information - instead of having to search through a the entire HTML
Hi all I'm fairly new to html so bare with me... I have several restaurant websites, adapted from a template. I'll use this one as an example: http://feastaway.com/basic/ You'll see there is a navigation bar, with links to 'Welcome', 'Contact Us', 'Opening Times' and 'View Menu'. The first three are internal links to that section of the page and work like a dream. The fourth one, 'View Menu', is an external link which is supposed to open up a new tab, but when you click it all that happens is it becomes highlighted. It doesn't open the new tab or indeed the link in the existing tab