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Is it possible to mask my URL address bar so that users only see the route address.

For example I have a page on my web application called www.myapplication.com/login.aspx

I would like the URL address bar to read www.myapplication.com

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Your hosting provider can provide Framed Url Forwarding.

Another option is to use URL Rewriting.  Have you tried either of these options?

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do you know of any good article on URL rewriting
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This is quite indepth with further links in article to take it further.  The helicon isapi rewrite lite is very good.  If you are looking for extensionless url rewriting then you can do using whats called a Wildcard Handler and also a HTTP module inside ASP.NET

http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2007/02/26/tip-trick-url-rewriting-with-asp-net.aspx

Some good reading there.  

Regular Expressions are something which are used extensively in url rewriting, but if you are not to conversant with them, there is a tool in that article where you can easily state your url rewrites you want.

Cheers

Andrew
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My Site is different.

suppose it is www.123.com

we have resellers who might have links at our site like:
www.123.com/abc
or
www.123.com/xyz

how can i, make the page at www.123.com/abc open as www.abc.com ?? same for www.xyz.com?!?!

Notice that this should be automated.

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By open as i meant that it opens www.123.com/abc, but the address bar shows www.abc.com 
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