As I navigated within a particular website, the URL didn't change on the address bar. It indicated the top page of the website while I clicked to subpages. I've never seen this before. Can anyone tell me about this programming and what it's for? The new subpages showed up on the browser history but nowhere else.Thanks.
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OK, this is a little embarrassing... on my son's laptop: wifelovers.com
How can I tell which one this is?
Go to the site and view the page source.Instructions for Internet Explorer:Click "View"--->"Source"Instructions for Firefox: Click "View"--->"Page Source"Copy and Paste the code here and I'll take a look at it.Sorry cant view those types of sites from this computer. Thanks.
It's using method #1, frames. The following tags tell us that:FRAMESETFRAMENOFRAMESThe page below provides a tutorial on frames.http://www.w3schools.com/HTML/html_frames.asp
Thanks so much for the links, they've been very helpful.Is there anything I can do to bypass that so all windows will appear in the history?
Frames are controlled by the web developer and the browsing history is really controlled by the person browsing the site. What I mean by that is a person browsing the site could find the address in one frame (by right clicking the page and clicking "View Frame" or Properties) and decide to just use that address to browse from link to link. This is probably something that a web developer would do and not your average user. Other than doing that there is no way to bypass the frames.