But, one can right-click on the iframe and get the url from the property.. no?
even if you disable the right-click, with certain browser, one can still see/get the URL.
you don't think Server.transfer would work? from a static page with a generic content?
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 07/06/2012 03:35:03 PM:
You just don't want the script name to show in the address bar? What would you like to have in its place? You could simply point to a static HTML file, which will return a page with a single IFRAME, pointing to the script in question. The address bar will only display the URL of the static file, even if you navigate to different pages inside the IFRAME.
|FoxWeb Support Team
Sent by Joe Goldsmiith on 07/04/2012 04:15:32 PM:
Hello to everyone.
I need to hide a script name and a script name with a query string from the URL in the address bar. Might anyone have an idea about how to do this or some code I can use? I appreciate any help.