reroute to another url, but the first url must shouldnt change in theadress-mask

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  1. guenther schoebel, Oct 9, 2003
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    PeterMcC Guest

    Re: reroute to another url, but the first url must shouldnt change in the adress-mask

    guenther schoebel wrote:
    > hi,
    > i want reroute to another url e.g. http://url2.html at loading the
    > site http://url.html,
    > but the adress-mask should not change to the url http://url2.html ?
    >


    There is the clumsy work-around of using frames. A single-frame frameset in
    page url.html inserts the page at url2.html into the frame thus leaving the
    address as url.html whilst displaying the contents of url.html

    Having said that - it's a solution (of sorts) that causes more problems than
    it's worth. Why not just put the contents of url2.html into the page at
    url.html and have done with it?

    The address is there to tell site visitors which location they are visiting
    rather than for the site owner to tell them which location s/he would like
    to mislead them into thinking they are visiting.

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    PeterMcC
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    please ignore it and accept my apologies.
     
    PeterMcC, Oct 9, 2003
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    Eric Cartman Guest

    Re: reroute to another url, but the first url must shouldnt change in the adress-mask

    guenther schoebel <> wrote in message news:<>...
    > hi,
    > i want reroute to another url e.g. http://url2.html at loading the site
    > http://url.html,
    > but the adress-mask should not change to the url http://url2.html ?
    >
    > with best wishes


    You could simply have the page on http://url2.html include a SSI that
    requests the content from that page or simply have a cgi on
    http://url2.html that handles all requests and gets the page from the
    other site and serves it up.

    Good chance of performance problems on a heavily loaded site, unless
    you can cache the pages from http://url.html on http://url2.html in
    some way.

    EC
     
    Eric Cartman, Oct 10, 2003
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