Hi,

I thought as much.. And no, dont want to use frames.. Id rather just have the
URL shown in the Location Field..

I do realise, there is no real way to ever hide the URL, however, I just dint
want to make it too obvious for the users to bookmark or pass around to people
who are not authorized to view the page..

However, thanks for the reply..

* R&zE: wrote:

> <Reply>
>
> There's actually no good way to achieve it in a different way. You
> could include/require the new page, but that's actually what you
> don't want (<quote>Besides printing the page in the script
> itself</quote>).
> But there is a different way to do it. It concerns the frame-layout,
> though. 'Cause if you use frames, the URL of one of the frames will
> not be shown in the location bar. But then you'll have to use
> frames, which I don't know if you want.
> One thing I can tell you though... of a page that's being shown, you
> cannot hide the URL. Never.
>
> </Reply>
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