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I have set up a domain name search on my website. However I want the results to appear within the same window but clear all the previous information. Any ideas?
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by:maneshr
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pl explain in detail.

Eg is there a URL that you can send? or is there is some piece of code that you have?

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mphilipp earned 50 total points
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Well, you can't clear a browsers screen from any program. I can only see one option: frames.
If I understand correctly, you have a form field where users can enter a domain name and when they press a button, you present them with information (whois search ?) about the given domain. You could do this easy-peasy with frames.
The result frame will be cleared when the result is displayed, but your search form/field will still be there, as it is inside another frame.
In case you need it, you can go to http://skyscraper.fortunecity.com/trumpet/69/ for a guide to frames.
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Thanks for that URL, I probably won't get to look at it for a while but from what you say about frames, I think it'll do the job just fine.
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