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    Senior Webdesigner koolbrian's Avatar
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    hey,
    ok, first of all, my site will be mainly of free stuff (as u should know, i can't afford good stuff ) , thus of "bad" url, like
    areacool.FREESTUFF.COOLTHINGS.BADTHINGS.co.uk.com.net......
    u know what i mean, unprofessional url. With my knowledge, i think there are only 2 solutions to hide urls.
    1) Frame
    2) Window popup (without address bar)
    3) dunno any others (please tell!)

    As my site will consists of "many" free stuff pages, it is a bit boring of window popups in all the links!, I'm also agaisnt frames, and i think it's too late. I've already build the design, and to re-design it , big job (for me) . http://www.areacool.com . Could somebody please help me what to do?,I thought of creating a 100% frame, but that may cause many conflicts. PLease give me ideas, and tell me what to do!


    Thanx
    Brian
    Ps: please also help me for a news server. I really need one for my site. U can't image as i need some news for it, what must i do????, (please not moreover, i need some news that stay on my site, i mean which the articles is written on my site
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    Brian...

    If you wnat to hide the URL, then the only way to really do that are the options that you have mentioned

    1) Pop-up window with no address bar
    2) Frames

    Out of the two, Frames would be more user friendly. You could have one frame set to 0 then the other frame set to 100%.

    That way you don't actually have content in both frames.
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    Senior Webdesigner koolbrian's Avatar
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    year, but the problem is that i can't really put the content where i want. U know, it's just an address, a page. I don't have the possibilities of putting the html code where i want!, and the page don't have the look of my site, i mean it has only my logo, not the right menu, left menu,.............
    maybe i should create the page with a small frame, saying
    " <- Back home "
    and
    " close window"

    understand?,

    dunno!
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