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    It is not working- php3

    for eg. my site address is

    "http://www.mathewdenis.com/name1/name2/name3/one.html"

    My question is how can I hide the path after "http://www.mathewdenis.com/"
    with the help of php3.

    I had tried
    "http://www.mathewdenis.com/name1/name2/name3/one.html?some"
    but again I could see the path in address bar of the browser

    [Edited by mathewdenis on 11-02-2000 at 09:12 AM]

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    Serial Publisher silver trophy aspen's Avatar
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    well. If you you could do an include in your index file to include the file in the deep subdirectories, and it would look like that file was your index file.

    Then for your links what you could do is is say index.php3?page=blahblah

    and it would include blahblah instead, making all your pages seem like your index page.

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    mathew...have you tried using frames?

    Frames will hide everything but the domain name and the directory that you are currentl in.

    That might help and you wouldn't even have to do it with PHP
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    You could do this very easily without using PHP, if you wanted the address to stay as www.matthewdenis.com, by just creating an invisible frame.

    -AJ O'Connell

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    haha! lol
    Freddy.. we posted at the same minute + the same thing
    cool

    -AJ

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    But frame can't keep the user to know, if they ever want to.
    With PHP redirection, you could reside the real page in anywhere (if the script is designed to do so)
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