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    I finished my site and I think it looks great but one thing that kinda bugs me is the url changing when you click from page to page.

    I want it to stay the same like this guys:

    www.tokyphotography.com

    He uses frames and html only too but his url address never changes.

    Is there magic code out there he used to do this???

    Here's my finished site in case you are curious.

    www.mandrakestudios.com

    Thanks in advance web gurus.:-D:-D:-D:-D

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    You can use frames, but you want the URL to change. How else can Google give reliable links, how could people send links to others, how will people without frames or on mobile devices view your site...
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    Assuming I didn't care about any of that, how would you go about doing it?

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    You can do it with frames, just call different pages into the main frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wired
    You can do it with frames, just call different pages into the main frame.
    How do you do that?

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    Your index will be just have a separate window inside of it at all times. You'll make your other pages like you normally would. However, all your pages will be embedded.

    To do this, first you have to set the parameters of how you want your frames displayed by doing a frameset. Then you display your frames by doing a frame src, similar to how you might display an image. Off hand, you can see a frames website here, www.firstrealtorsonline.com. I can assure you frames are not nearly as fashionable as you might think, considering those are the people having me redo it because they no longer want frames.

    A walkthrough on frames can be found here though. It's pretty simple to implement if you choose to. http://www.htmlcodetutorial.com/fram...famsupp_5.html


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