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Keeping the URL address constant

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Keeping the URL address constant

Just starting out so bear with me...
I have put up a webpage www.ukeventsandtents.com, but when you click on one the button to take you to a different page the URL displays the full 'real' location eg www.plus.net/darkdesigns/ukevents blah blah.

Is there a way to 'hide' this info so it just displays the www.ukeventsandtents.com/pricelist.htm or just www.ukeventsandtents.com?

Thanks in advance.

Phil
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Keeping the URL address constant

its only displaying that as you have put that in your page.

<td width="11%" colspan="3" height="54"><font face="Verdana" color="#FF3300" size="5"><applet code="fphover.class" codebase="./" width="73" height="24">
<param name="color" value="#000080">
<param name="hovercolor" value="#0000FF">
<param name="textcolor" value="#FFFFFF">
<param name="text" value="Marquees">
<param name="effect" value="glow">
<param name="url" valuetype="ref" value="http://www.darkdesigns.plus.com/ukevents/marquee%20sizes.htm">
</applet>

You save hardcoded the url for each button and thats were it goes and thats what it displays just change all of them to your proper url.

Its best to set your domains webapage in the portal to point to htdocs/ukevents


you could get rid of this bit
http://www.darkdesigns.plus.com/
if the page is in that directory
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Keeping the URL address constant

The trick is to put the whole lot into a frame. The 'holding' frames page will be your index.html and everything else is in the 'main' page. Then when you create a link it looks something like

<A HREF="www.plus.net/darkdesigns/ukevents" target="_MAIN">UK Events</A>

Some people don't like frames but that's the inly way to do what you want here AFAIK.