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    how do i 'mask' the address bar?

    i think mask is the right word..

    i have a site up and every time u click a link withen the site it always changes the address bar ... ie www.mysite.com/blablabla.htm...

    can i make it so that it just keeps it as www.mysite.com???

    cheers..
    stuart

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    Using frames?

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    that's just how browsers work. you can convert your site to frames to achieve this, but that would take away from the user's experience because they would not be able to bookmark specific pages.
    "There's no justice like angry mob justice!" --Seymour Skinner

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    hmmm

    is that the only way?

    there's nothing server side i can do?

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    xboxaddict.com does this. I assume it's something in PHP sending header info or something.

    I think it is a terrible idea for usability, but I assume you have some reason for it.

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    Originally posted by Taranis
    xboxaddict.com does this. I assume it's something in PHP sending header info or something.
    Nope...
    <frameset rows="100%,*" frameborder=0 border=0 noresize>
    <frame src="main.php" name="xba" scrolling="auto" noresize>
    </frameset>


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