I have seen on many pages that you click a link which takes you to a NEW-page but the address on the Location-Bar doesnt changes(ie, it remains that of the initial/principal page).

How do you do that???
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sayasenhConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Another possibility may be :
The whole set of pages are generated by a sole CGI (or ASP) programm, called recursively via the Post method of forms
(hence the changing parameters are not visible in the location bar).
Usually, the page that changes is in a frame, but the frameset page doesn't change, that's why it appears that the address in the address bar doesn't change either.  Is this what you want to do?
frames with size 0 or 1 in one of the frames should do it... Add invisible borders and you're pretty much set...
These are usually because the pages that you are redirected with don't exist. They are server generated.

So the server will just replace the page with a fresh one and redirect you to the appropriate page.
You may also be able to use the location property to replace with onClick="self.location.replace(some file) or some such syntax.  Hard to remember off the top of my head this time of night.  Note: this type of code can mess up your history.
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