Okay
  Public Ticket #1670692
Links NOT set to _self
Closed

Comments

  • Joe Kidd started the conversation

    all the link on my site open up a new tab! how to change that to open a new page but WITHOUT opening a new tab? 

  •  1,363
    Qode replied

    Hello Joe, 

    We are not sure exactly what links you are referring to. By default, site links should be opened in the same tab unless a different setting has been applied. For example, there is option Open link in a new window/tab in the menu editor which controls this: 

    https://monosnap.com/file/NH1jX3cmOVCb8pdvfjtYilCbPQbTDI

    Please be more specific - send us a screenshot of the link that you are referring to and URL of the page. 

    Best regards, 

    Ian

    * The new and improved Online Bridge Documentation is live. Check it out now - http://bridge.qodeinteractive.com/

    * You can also check our articles with useful tips and suggestions

    Best Regards,

    Qode

  • Joe Kidd replied

    hello qode, thanks for the reply. i must admit i wrote that out of sheer frustration. bridge74 is a huge leap into the learning curve for me; the lack of simple how-tos notwithstanding. there's also no pre-buy warning on how the demo files would need the bells and whistles of a premium-grade hosting.for it to be downloaded and deployed proper. anyway, it's all right now; did a localhost install with mamp and it works well, problem is migrating it back to live; stopped dead with error 500. sorry to rant here, like i said, it's out ofsheer frustration. thank you for your time. apologies. 

  •  1,363
    Qode replied

    Hi Joe, 

    That's ok, we are here to help. 

    We recommend the following tutorial for WP migration from local server to live site:

    http://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/how-to-move-wordpress-from-local-server-to-live-site/

    Not sure if you still experience 500 error, we suggest using the following settings in the php.ini file: 

    max_execution_time = 300

    memory_limit = 96M

    upload_max_filesize = 128M

    post_max_size = 1024M

    Also make sure to check PHP version on server - the recommended version is 5.6 or greater. 

    You can also increase memory limit in the wp-config.php file - paste the following code inside this file: 

    define( 'WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '128M' );
    define( 'WP_MAX_MEMORY_LIMIT', '256M' );

    More info here: 

    https://wordpress.2bearstudio.com/improve-wordpress-site-performance-by-increasing-memory-limit/

    http://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/fix-wordpress-memory-exhausted-error-increase-php-memory/

    Best regards, 

    Ian

    * The new and improved Online Bridge Documentation is live. Check it out now - http://bridge.qodeinteractive.com/

    * You can also check our articles with useful tips and suggestions

    Best Regards,

    Qode

  • Joe Kidd replied

    thank you. i've asked the hosting company to increase the limitations and they've done it. but am too busy at the moment to start work on it again.. will report back once done. 

  •  1,363
    Qode replied

    You are welcome. 

    Let us know if you need further assistance. 

    Best regards, 

    Ian

    * The new and improved Online Bridge Documentation is live. Check it out now - http://bridge.qodeinteractive.com/

    * You can also check our articles with useful tips and suggestions

    Best Regards,

    Qode