It sounds like you’re looking to open different websites in separate containers without them sharing the same container. If you’re using a browser like Mozilla Firefox, you can achieve this using their Multi-Account Containers feature. Here’s how to do it:
Install the “Multi-Account Containers” extension in Firefox if you haven’t already.
Create separate containers for the websites you want to keep isolated. For example, you can have one container for “Google Table” and another for the second table you want to open.
Assign specific websites to each container. You can do this by right-clicking on a link and selecting the container you want to use, or you can configure it in the extension’s settings.
Now, when you open links or navigate to websites in each container, they will stay isolated from each other, and you won’t have the issue of one website opening in the same container as the first one.
Remember that this feature is specific to Firefox and may not be available in other web browsers. If you’re using a different browser, you may need to explore other extensions or workarounds to achieve a similar result.