No, there isn't. This is generally known as a "Good Thing". If you aren't
using frames, it's up to the *user* to decide where he/she wants to place
your link's target - either in the original window, or a new one.
>JS is disabled, links still function sans pop-up?
"enhanced" (<cough />) links. It's simple:
<a href="http://www.bar.net/" onclick="foo">baz</a>
Before I go, I should point out that this is off-topic for CSS-D. If you
have any further questions, ask me (or someone else that responds) off-list,
or, better yet, redirect your question to a list which is designed for such
questions, such as webdesign-l <http://www.webdesign-l.org/> or thelist
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