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HI,
I'm trying to have alink in my webpage to another page but
I don't want the user to see that URL path and also not able
to bookmark is this possible if so can you show example or direct me to sources
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Yes, you can achieve that effect with frames. When the user clicks on a link, your page can change one of the frames to a different URL. However, a smart user will be able to figure out what that URL is, unless the link does not go directly to an URL, but to run some other program that returns an URL.

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