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I don't want to make a new tab when I click some pages in confluence.

When I click some pages in confluence, new tab is added in a browser.

Sometimes too much tabs exist in my browser.

How can I go next page in same tab?

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Dominic Lagger Community Leader Apr 09, 2020

Hi @김건 

That's a strange behaviour. Because in default, the new page should open in the same tab.

I have two guesses:

  • An add-on was installed, which always opens links in a new tab
  • A Javascript / or CSS has been programmed, so the link opens in a new tab.

Both possible solutions should be discussed with your administrator, because if one of them is really true, your administrator has created this behaviour.

If neither of them applies, let me know. I would then be interested to know what kind of links they are?

Regards, Dominic

Yes, it was caused by add-on program.

I am using an add-on program(gliffy diagram) for process modeling.

Only in case that I click the link inside add-on program, new tab is added in the browser.

Otherwise, new page open in the same tab.

Thank you.

If you link text only in Gliffy it will stay on the same tab.  If you link a graphic it only opens in a new tab.  Very frustrating this isn't optional.

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