This field type has an option to open the URL in a new window/tab. Set its value to true or false. By default, it's set to false. So whenever set to true, when you click the URL (or so called "anchor" HTML element), it will be opened in a new window.
When you want to style the anchor HTML element, you'd want to do this with CSS class names. You can set a class attribute by applying a "class" value as a string. By default, the anchor will have no class names applied. Once you set a value, be sure it's a string and nothing else (no array, or boolean or whatnot).
When you want an extra text field, that can be entered to display an alternative title for the (selected) page. By default, this field won't be shown. The value must be a boolean (true or false). When "true", the title field will be enabled (see below).
This has to be used in combination with the above configuration (title_field). By default, the set title field is not required (false). That means that if you want to require the additional title field, you set this configuration with the true value, like shown below.
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