Assigns the current page window. The action is similar to the target HTML tag attribute A, only not for the newly opened, namely for this page.
|_blank||The document opens in a new tab / window|
|_parent||The page will open in the parent frame of the current tab in relation to the current frame from which the page was invoked; if the current frame is the top, then in this case the behavior is equivalent to _self and _top|
|_top||loading in the uppermost frame of the current tab|
|_self||opening a document in the frame from which the page load was called|
|<name>||the name of the window (tab or frame); if you previously loaded a page with the specified name in the meta tag `window-target` or was opened by the link with the specified name in the attribute target, then the page should load in the same tab; if this meta is supported by the browser, then you can open all the pages of a certain subject (for example, help on using the site or contact details) in the same tab without creating a new one|
Force this page to open in the top-level frame of the current tab:
< meta http-equiv = "Window-target" content = "_top" >
Open the page in a new tab, or in the tab named "my_site_documentation". All pages with such a tag and exactly that name (in some browsers the case of characters in the name is important) will be opened in the same tab.
< meta http-equiv = "Window-target" content = "my_site_documentation" >
Not all browsers recognize and equally process this meta.