You may have seen the term “noopener” when creating a link in WordPress. It most often appears when you insert a link in a page or blog post then open the Text/Code Editor to view the HTML that makes up that link. Sometimes it shows up and sometimes it doesn’t. Other times it gets paired with separate bits of code like “noreferrer” or “nofollow.”

Lesen Sie weiter auf: Noopener: What It Is and How It Affects Your WordPress Site?
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