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I visited a SE site I'm not registered on, and got the "Welcome" header. I middleclicked "FAQ" in the Welcome header to open the FAQ in a new tab, but nothing happened. The context menu (when rightclicking the FAQ link) doesn't contain "Open link" either. Basically, it doesn't seem to be a real link, but a half-working JS imitation of a link.

Browsers tested: Chrome 7.0.517.44, Firefox 3.6.10

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Your mouse has a left, middle and right click buttons? – Andrew Grimm Nov 8 '10 at 23:46
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@Andrew On some mice, the mousewheel can be depressed and acts as a center click button. – waiwai933 Nov 9 '10 at 0:00

Yup, appears to be some JS without a real link target.

<span class="notify-text">
Welcome to Q&amp;A for electronics and robotics hardware hacking enthusiasts. -- check out the 
<a onclick="notify.closeFirstTime()">FAQ</a>!
</span>
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