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Hiding the displayed url

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I want to hide the displayed url on any browser....not necessarily hide it but not let it change when running script and moving to other html docs. I want it to keep www.domain.com in the url  area
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Question by:wmonroe
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If you don't care the contents of the URL's area, just want it won't change during navigation. Then you can use frameset , when u navigate in the frame. the url area won't change.

 
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Like zhongbing said, if you use frames, the URL sill stay the same...
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