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Windows 7 touch screen: using Kiosk Mode - need to eliminate pop up file path

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when i open an HTML page in kiosk mode it looks fine, but when i select a menu item and go to the next page, a little line of info pops up in the lower left corner to show the file location (see yellow circle in image). Is there a way to eliminate this?

I'm using Windows 7 (32 bit), ie 10.
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I would suggest that you try using a frame/iframe or using AJAX.
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Thanks for the help
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