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comments_popup_link target a window window? (_blank)

  • Is there any way to have the link that comes out of comments_popup_link to target a new window? Ex. “_blank”. I’m bringing the page within our software application and I would like users to bring up a browser window if it gets clicked.

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  • Dashboard => links => edit/ add new =>
    scroll down – there are options for

    _blank — new window or tab.
    
    _top — current window or tab, with no frames.
    
    _none — same window or tab.

    hm.. I don’t think that’s what I’m looking for.

    So to be more clear, here’s what my layout looks like:

    ——————-
    Article title
    Posted on Monday, October 4th, 2010 | No Comments

    Article text
    ——————-

    The part where it says “No comments” is displayed where I used the comments_popup_link() function. Right now, that link has a target of “_self” by default.

    Is there any way to change the target to be “_blank”?

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