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    Tirka is offline Member
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    Question Hiding Parameters From The Address Bar

    hi All,

    if i want to pass parameters between pages... e.g. a href="page2.asp?name=Brian"...

    is there a way of hiding this so that the name=Brian part does not appear in the address bar... I would prefer not to have to use forms and buttons to do this...

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    hi tirka,
    sorry u to the best of my knowledge there s no way u can hide the paramters from displayed in address bar. you are supposed to use buttons(even if u dont prefer) with post method in form attribute. If i am wrong i am sorry. take care

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    thanks mrvigneshmca for responding to my query...
    but are websites that works that way...
    they either hide the parameters or show them encrypted...
    so must be a way...if anyone can help me on this, i would be much
    obliged.

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    hi tirka,
    ya if we use post method it ll go in encrypted format only know
    k any way i ll confirm with my head and intimate u as soon as possible k did u saw my query which i ve posted in this forum can u help me over in tat problem

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    you can use frames on your main page... when you go to other page and you target your new page to open in one of your frame the main url will not even change but your new page is displayed

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    hi tirka,
    ya i think with <a href> concept u can use session.setAttribute and getAttibute to pass the parameter u try this and see hope u can get me

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