the bad thing about using frames

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Boylett

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hi

on my website, i have a radio running. too stop the user to keep having to reload the radio, i put it in a frame at the top, and the rest of the site in another frame at the bottom.

the problem is, you cant tell what the address of the bottom one is. i was wondering if there was a way so in the users browser it shows the location of where he/she is.

this is what im talking about:

/index.php - normal site
/indexr.php - site with radio

how can i make so if /index.php?blah in the browser if its framed it will say /indexr.php?blah

thanks... hope you understand what im trying to say.
 
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I don't think you can. Because they never really leave the index page (hence why the url stays the same) when on a framed site.
 
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I guess you could put the radio in a JavaScript pop-up window. So it's a separate window that doesn't get reloaded when the user changes pages.
 

MMJ

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Yeah one of the downsides of phishing sites. They have a bad url in the holder. If they could change that than they would do a lot more business. ;)
 
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