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Not that I’m any kind of expert, but I fully support this way of doing it. I’ve used the same thing to trigger jQuery actions many times, except using a hash instead of the URL because in my circumstance there wasn’t a URL to be indexed. Besides being more logical, the points you make about SEO and UX are totally valid.
The target attribute isn’t allowed in strict document types so this method can not be used in any valid strict website.
This method seems to behave oddly if you click on the link a second time. I have used this technique, and my links open a new tab (in Firefox) the first time you click the link, but they open a new window the second time you click the link.
Cheers. How about onclick=”window.open(this.href); return false;” — saves you having to type the URL twice.
From the comments, rvl, whoever you are, I nearly fell in love with your implementation, but then it wouldn’t work for the thing I’m working on.
(Not your fault. I’m trying to get the Pin It button from pinterest to open in a new window rather than leave my site but the new window opens up blank.)
Neat though, anyways.