target attribute is used to specify the browser window in which the linked page will open.
target attribute is no longer deprecated in HTML5. So, it's usable in all past and current versions of HTML except (X)HTML Strict.
<a href="Company.html" target="newwin">Our Company</a>
If there is no open browser window with the specified target name, a new window will be opened with that name. As long as that window stays open, future links with the same
target value will target that window. To force each link to target a brand new window, use "_blank" as the value of the
<a href="Company.html" target="_blank">Our Company</a>
See Links/Demos/Links.html for more examples of links with targets.