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Hello greetings!!!

I want to open a link in new tab i used link button and also set target as blank.
XML
<asp:LinkButton ID="LinkButton1" runat="server" OnClientClick="window.document.forms[0].target='_blank';"                                                                                                    PostBackUrl="[Same Page with the appication]" style="color:White;font-family: MyriadPro,Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;text-decoration:underline; font-size: large;  font-weight: bold;padding-left:30px;" Text="View ">

After doing this.
the link on previous tab won't work.

Thank You!
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Maarten Kools 9-Aug-13 8:31am    
What link on the previous tab? The same link? Have you looked for any (JavaScript) errors?
Thanks7872 9-Aug-13 8:33am    
Posting the code would make two things better
1) For us to help you.
2) For you to get quick resolution.
JasonMacD 9-Aug-13 8:46am    
You have used the correct approach:

<asp:Button ........OnClientClick="NameofForm.target ='_blank';"/>

You may need to only use the form actual name and not the index of.
Maarten Kools 9-Aug-13 8:56am    
My first idea is, why do a postback to a new window? That doesn't sound like a good idea, as the previous page does not update its viewstate and such. Haven't tested myself if that's the problem, but I can imagine it might be.
Dholakiya Ankit 25-Sep-13 3:29am    
One more thing with this if you aspect answer fastly you have to reply as quick as possible :)

You can Use java script code

XML
<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
    function Al()
    {
        window.open("http://mpcongress.org");
        window.focus();

    }


set the href location to " ", that is blank, use onclick event to call function Al()

HTML
<ul><li><a href=" "  önclick="Al()"> link </a></li></ul>
 
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v2
You could use a
HTML
asp:Hyperlink
instead of
HTML
asp:LinkButton

ASP.NET
<asp:hyperlink id="HyperLink1" runat="server" target="_blank" navigateurl="[Same Page with the appication]" style="color:White;font-family: MyriadPro,Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;text-decoration:underline; font-size: large;  font-weight: bold;padding-left:30px;" text="View" xmlns:asp="#unknown"></asp:hyperlink>
 
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