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Is it possible to put a link to a new page opened in a dedicated browser on the website?

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I would like to put in a html code a link that would open a page in a specific browser, is it possible?

I would like to put in a html code a link that would open a page in a specific browser, is it possible?

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WestEnd
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AFAIK that isn't possible. You can make a Bookmark or Homepage location.

AFAIK that isn't possible. You can make a Bookmark or Homepage location.
FredMcD
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You might be better off asking your question here; https://support.microsoft.com http://answers.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/forum/windows_10
jscher2000
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Do you mean a separate window instead of a tab in the same window? Or something completely and totally separate from the user's current browser?

For tips on triggering Firefox to open a separate window, check out this page:

https://www.jeffersonscher.com/res/popit.html

Do you mean a separate window instead of a tab in the same window? Or something completely and totally separate from the user's current browser? For tips on triggering Firefox to open a separate window, check out this page: https://www.jeffersonscher.com/res/popit.html
FredMcD
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A batch program (Windows) can be set up to open a specific program to a specific file.

A batch program (Windows) can be set up to open a specific program to a specific file.
cor-el
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If you can accept to use a desktop shortcut then you can simply add the URL to the target line in a copy of this shortcut.

If you can accept to use a desktop shortcut then you can simply add the URL to the target line in a copy of this shortcut. *https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Command_Line_Options