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How can I make my address bar display only my domain name?

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My address bar displays the following info...

http://www.in-house-domain.com/cust.asp
http://www.in-house-domain.com/phnumb.asp
http://www.in-house-domain.com/Invect/qult11.asp

I would like for the actual pages that the browser is on to display only the
domain name like this:

http://www.in-house-domain.com

I use "post" methods in my submits. Any ideas on this?
Jul 19 '05 #1
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use frames to do that.

"michaaal" <re******@verizon.net> wrote in message
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My address bar displays the following info...

http://www.in-house-domain.com/cust.asp
http://www.in-house-domain.com/phnumb.asp
http://www.in-house-domain.com/Invect/qult11.asp

I would like for the actual pages that the browser is on to display only the domain name like this:

http://www.in-house-domain.com

I use "post" methods in my submits. Any ideas on this?

Jul 19 '05 #2

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> use frames to do that.

Is that the only way?

Jul 19 '05 #3

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You can make your entire site all one page, default.asp, or whatever, and
use a querystring to control which portion of the page is executed. This is
not the most efficient way of doing things, and not the easiest to manage.
Also, your urls would be yourdomain.com/?action=whatever, or when you post,
yourdomain.com/default.asp, which could then be redirected again to remove
the default.asp. So, in other words, this solution is not ideal, but why do
you even care if pagename.asp is displayed in the address bar?

Ray at home

"michaaal" <re******@verizon.net> wrote in message
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use frames to do that.


Is that the only way?

Jul 19 '05 #4

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