In html the target=”_top” attribute/value pair is used to create a hyperlink that —when activated— loads a new page which breaks out of all framesets. The new page is thus loaded into the original full browser window.
Here’s an example of the source code used in this scenario:
If you write a lot of documents with Office Word, you know that one of the most annoying things while writing a web address is that Word automatically hyperlinks it so that, if a reader clicks it, he will be able to open the website without copying and pasting the address on the browser. If you don’t like the hyperlinking feature, this small trick will show you how to turn off and disable the automatic hyperlink feature from Office Word.
First of all let me tell you that there is a quick trick to remove the hyperlink from a web address. Simply, highlighting the text then, right after that, press these two keys: CTRL+U. If instead you are looking for something “permanent” follow these easy steps:
1.Click the Office button located on the top-right side of the window.
2.Click the Word Options button.
3.On he left pane, click AutoCorrect Options.
4.Now, click the AutoFormat As You Type tab.
5.Under Replace as You Type, untick Internet and Network Paths with Hyperlinks.
If instead you still own the old Word 2003, follow this tutorial: Continue reading…