melitabel
I started to build a brain that I would put on a website.  However, looking at examples posted in the examples forum, I see that links to external websites open as a frame within the brain.  Is it possible for a link to take the user to the website itself, as it does when you are using The Brain software?

Opening another site in a frame is often considered a violation of intellectual property rights, and if this is the only way web brains open links, I need to look for another way to publish the information.  I don't want to go any farther down a road that I can't use.

(I originally posted this in the wrong forum but moved it here - apologies).

Thanks, Elisabeth
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Moe
Hi Elisabeth ,

Thanks for posting. You can do this by opening the ThoughtData folder of your exported SiteBrain then modifying the <a> tag in the html file which corresponds to the Thought that contains the URL by adding the attribute target="_blank". Below is an example. Hope this helps.

Before:

<a href="http://forums.thebrain.com/post?id=4712969"><img src="../res/images/icons/url.gif" border="0" />&nbsp;Links to websites in web-based brains</a>

After:
<a href="http://forums.thebrain.com/post?id=4712969" target="_blank"><img src="../res/images/icons/url.gif" border="0" />&nbsp;Links to websites in web-based brains</a>.

Thanks,
Moe
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melitabel
Thanks, Moe.

Do you have to do this for every though that contains a url?
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Moe
Yes, you would have to do it for every Thought that contains a URL. 

Thanks,
Moe
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