Evolution opens link in current window not in window Firefox is running in

Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS, Gnome 3.12.2 due to lockups of system I removed the Ubuntu version of Firefox and installed 33.1.1 from the Mozilla site. Since then whenever I click on a link in a message Firefox will open in the same window Evolution is in not in the window Firefox is currently running in. Not only that but it will open to my homepage not to the link that has been clicked on.

Try redoing your link and, this time, deselect the link on the page and look at the inspector window to see if anything has changed. Then check the 'make hyperlinks active box". Your linked page should open in the browser when you click the link on the iWeb page.
If this is OK do a "publish all to .Mac" and empty your browser cache before visiting your site.

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