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Despite target being a deprecated element in XHTML strict 1.0, and a generally bad practice, I have a client website that wants links to external sites to open in a new tab/window. I've tried to push back on this, but they don't want people "taken away from their site".
So I've set target blank on a lot of links leading to other sides, but for some reason, independent of browser, the links are opening not just in a new tab, but in the original too.
It's a drupal site, and the primary use case is links created in the tinyMCE editor, but even when I tried to test it by hard-coding a link into the template files it still happens. Neither drupal or the editor are adding anything to the anchor tags.
I'm not looking for someone to solve this problem for me, just some ideas on where to look or what might cause this. If someone wants to look at one of the pages in question I can PM a link, though.