ARIA label "aria-label" attribute explaining to screen-readers that button link opens in a new tab

To pass ADA test, I need an ARIA label “aria-label” attribute on my buttons explaining to screen-readers that this opens in a new tab. I can’t seem to find any consistent answers. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Here is my site Read-Only: LINK
(how to share your site Read-Only link)

There is a page in the Webflow University that I recommend you review if you haven’t.
It should help you resolve your issue.

If you are still stuck, let us know.

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Jeff, thanks! Got stuck on another project. I will review now and let you know. Thanks again, Jon

Jeff, thanks so much for the reference. It didn’t have any specific ARIA instructions, but this coupled with the YouTube I found, Accessibility and Webflow | aria-label and aria-labelledby - YouTube I was able to figure it out. Thanks again.

Curious as to what ADA test or tool you are trying to pass?

Jason, sorry for the delay. I didn’t get a notification on your reply. I’ll check my settings. It’s this one: accessScan - Website Accessibility Checker - Free & Instant - accessiBe