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    this kind of script?

    Hi

    I'm searching for a script that would replace the real url in the browser by mydomain.be for exemple if someone is on www.mydomain.be/dir/test.htm it shouldn't show this but only domain.be nothing else.

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    Then use frames. Or.. use php include if you can then you can include your pages into the index file.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazybanana
    Then use frames. Or.. use php include if you can then you can include your pages into the index file.
    There must be somekind of script that I could copy,past in my page and would replace the url in the browser I can't imagine it's impossible.

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    Crazybanana is right. There's no way to "mask" the current URL - plain and simple.

    In otherwords, time to dust off the 'ol imagination - it's impossible.
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