Marking all external links for opening in a new Tab Browser

Normally, it’s while you are writting a post, when you mark the links inside the text as normal or “for opening in a new Tab or Browser” –typically the external links–; simply you mark the checkbox Open link in a new Tab in the Links Tool of WordPress Editor but what does it happen if you have already got a lot of posts non marked, or if you have changed the criteria for external links, or whatever similar situation?

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Well, the long solution consists in editing all posts and to locate and to correct manually the external links but, if you have more than a hundred of posts with a lot of links probably, it will be an very stressing task, and surely, you’ll forget some of them… Continue reading…

A different style for the external links

Sometimes inside a post or a page you have to include a link whose url doesn’t belong to your website; a external link is called. In most cases, this kind of external links are styled in the same way that the rest of internal links (links to your own website) and, in consequence, the readers can’t distinguish between them. Now, a simple method for styling your external links.

Styling external links in a different way. An example.

Our first step is to find out what is the basic difference between these two kinds of links because  Continue reading…