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URL-Wechsel verhindern, prevent that URL changes

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Hallo,
wie kann ich verhindern, dass sich eine URL ändert?

Beispiel:
Ich habe eine Domain (zum Beispiel: www.Test1.com)
mit Weiterleitung, diese Weiterleitung verlinke ich auf einen
Server zum Beispiel bei www.Geocities.com/XYZ.

Wie kann ich verhindern, dass sich die URL von
www.Test1.com nach dem ertsen Link in www.Geocities.com/XYZ
ändert?

Vielen Dank für Ihre Hilfe!

MfG
Torsten

Hello, how can I prevent that URL changes?
Example: I have a Domain (for example: www.Test1.com)
with forwarding, this forwarding left I on a server for
example with www.Geocities.com/XYZ.
How can I prevent that the URL of
www.Test1.com changes after the first link in www.Geocities.com/XYZ?

Thank you for your assistance!

MfG Torsten
Jul 20 '05 #1
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do*******@web.de (Doornkaat) wrote:
wie kann ich verhindern, dass sich eine URL ändert?
URLs aren't an HTML matter, in any language.
How can I prevent that the URL of
www.Test1.com changes after the first link in www.Geocities.com/XYZ?


You are apparently trying to _hide_ the real URL. Just stop trying.

In any case, you cannot do that in HTML.

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Jul 20 '05 #2

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In article <9c*************************@posting.google.com> ,
do*******@web.de says...

Hello, how can I prevent that URL changes?
Example: I have a Domain (for example: www.Test1.com)
with forwarding, this forwarding left I on a server for
example with www.Geocities.com/XYZ.
How can I prevent that the URL of
www.Test1.com changes after the first link in www.Geocities.com/XYZ?


You can do what's called a hidden frame (a dummy frameset with one frame
containing zero pixels), because then the URL change won't be visible to
most browsers. The real solution however is to pay for your domain and
upload your files. Anything else is just a workaround that causes many
more other problems (frames can't be easily printed, bookmarked, linked
and so on).
Jul 20 '05 #3

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