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Redirect without changing i.e. address bar

Posted on 2004-10-17
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Hi,

Using  Header("Location: login.php"); at the moment to goto another page, any way to redirect but keep the current header shown ?
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Question by:MirageSF
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RichieHindle earned 25 total points
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Make your main page a frameset with a single frame that fills the whole browser.  Make that frame point to the real page.
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by:Diablo84
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Frames is a bit of an *icky* method... but might suit here.

You could instead include the file based on a conditional statement, eg. (presuming its some kind of a login form)

if (isset($_POST['submit'])) {
 //process login
 include('login.php');
}
else {
 //show form
?>

you can also escape out of php here so you dont have to echo everything, this is still within the conditional

<?php
}
?>

Then the address bar will show the address of the main page not login.php
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