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The target attribute inside anchor tags (<a>) tells the browser where the linked document should be loaded. It’s optional, and defaults to _self when no value is provided. It can take a browsing context name/keyword (e.g.: tab, window), or one of the following 4 keywords.
The concept of a browsing context was introduced with HTML5 and it refers to a window, tab or frame inside a page.
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