Name Registration


I would like to register a .com domain name with a host that *must* provide what I think is called 'name hiding' or something similar, where the real URL is hidden in the address bar of the browser.  Say if I registered but the content (pages/images etc..) of the site was actually located on a server called otherServer, I want the address in the bar to remain as not say as the viewer navigates the site.

I am a beginner to this and have read other posts in this section but nothing similar to this has been asked before (I think...)

I have seen companies asking for around $US 10 for a year which seems fair, but would like the opinions of professionals who maybe have experienced this before thus could maybe pass on some advice about who/who not to go with.

Many thanks in advance.
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visit this web site in this we use invisable frames to hime changes of pages in address barr it is easy to use


<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Frameset//EN" "">
<title>:::... Welcome to Nafay Club ...:::</title>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">

<frameset rows="0%,100%" frameborder="NO" border="0" framespacing="0">
  <frame src="" name="topFrame" scrolling="NO" noresize >
  <frame src="" name="mainFrame">


IF have any problme feel free to mail
dazManAuthor Commented:
Yeah cheers for that, it just so happens that I am already using invisible frames on my site, so yes the URL will not change in the browser's address bar.

In case I ever have the need to change the design to not use frames however I am after a host which will provide me with fairly cheap .com registration and name hiding (or whatever it is called).

Cheers anyway.
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dazManAuthor Commented:
I ultimately ended up using a cheaper site but thanks for the info none the less.
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