Go to your dashboard > Accessibility plugin settings > switch the setting of “Remove target attribute from links” to Disable
Did it (who would have thought to look there?) – but it still doesn’t do the job 🙁
Did you set the link with target_blank?
The problem is now only at the headline element: “מלון THE HOTEL AT TIMES SQUARE” – I have set this element using the Elementor interface, over there clicked the “Open in new tab” button next to the target URL and hit save.
Did I’ve answered your Q?
(P.S. in the other headline “מלון La Quinta Inn” at the same page I have un-clicked the “open in new tab” just to make sure that I’ve ‘clicked it to the right direction’, and this headline also doesn’t open up in new tab..)
Unfortunately it looks like our bug, we release a version update soon.
(0.10.4 fix – https://github.com/pojome/elementor/pull/750/files)
Thanks for your report!
This reply was modified 6 years, 5 months ago by ArielK.
Thanks for your quick and positive reply!
Please please kindly add an option to mark any element hyperlink / text hyperlink as nofollow,
Or just add an option to add any parameter the user will need (nofollow or any other) to text and elements hyperlinks.
OR don’t block the “Ultimate nofollow” plugin from working in Elementor (I have described it in another support post few days ago with Boaz)
Thanks again (great builder!)
In the text editor widget you can edit the link in the plain text mode and add rel=”nofollow” to the link.
For other link controls we need to figure out how to do this perfectly like WP editor. It will take some time 🙁