The only way to do that is through the use of frames.
You can have two frames in your html doc, one that holds nothing, and the
other that holds the redirection info. When someone comes to the site
www.pagetwo.com the second frame (that occupies 99.9% of the browser)
redirects the page to www.pageone.com The effect is that the browser holds
pageone, but the url is pagetwo.
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From: 2b4ever php [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2003 6:46 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [PHP-DB] Question concerning hostnames
I know this isn't the right group for this, but here we go.
I have 2 URLs, on has some webspace attachted to it, the other one is being
redirected the the first one.
http://www.pageOne.com has webspace.
At the moment when you got to http://www.pageTwo.com you get to see
http://www.pageOne.com in the address bar and the pageOne.com contents on
I want http://www.pageTwo.com to be redirected to
http://www.pageOne.com/pageTwoindex.html, without losing the address
Is there a way to catch and keep the original typed URL
(http://www.pageTwo.com in this example) and redirect it to any other
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