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Masking ccgi address

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Masking ccgi address

Hi

Is there any way to mask the ccgi address in the browser address bar?

I have a site hosted with Plusnet ( http://www.nameless-productions.com ) with one page which needs to be on the ccgi server and I think it looks clumsy and ugly for the "ccgi.username.plus.com/whatever.htm" to appear instead of the sites "proper" name,I'll add unprofessional to the above list coz I really don't like the way it looks Evil

It wouldn't be too bad,but it's a latest news page and is frequently the 1st anyone views.

Rob (really,really trying to like the new cgi setup!)
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Registered: 30-07-2007

Masking ccgi address

Have you tried using frames and including the ccgi page in the frame?
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Masking ccgi address

Hi Peter

Thanks for the suggestion
Ive considered frames but need to look into them more closely as I want,if possible, to preserve the current layout.

Rob