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monoclast

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So I have this entry in /system/lib-custom.php:

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$myentries[] = array ('url'   => 'http://blah.com.blah', 'label' => 'Blah');
 

The problem is, I want this link to open in a new page. Normally, you would do this by adding the target="_blank" attribute to the <a> element containing the link. But since we don't have access to that in the lib-custom.php file, I can't do that here.

Is there another way??

-mono
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beewee

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It's not the prettiest way, but how about making an extra html menu-entry in header.thtml?
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monoclast

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Quote by: beewee

It's not the prettiest way, but how about making an extra html menu-entry in header.thtml?


I'll try that, I guess... Thanks.
-mono
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::Ben

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Hello,

You can try this one
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$myentries[] = array ('url'   => 'http://geeklog.net" target=\"_blank\"', 'label' => 'Geeklog');


::Ben
I'm available to customise your themes or plugins for your Geeklog CMS
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