Normally, when a domain name is forwarded to a URL at another domain, like this one is, the locaion bar URL changes to what has been forwarded to and does not keep the original domain name. While this may be OK, or even desirable, for some applications, it doesn't present the most professional face for many. But you'll note that this site has retained the www.easytest.com domain name. That's because easytest.com uses Stealth Redirection.
Note: if the http://www.easytest.com is not shown in the location bar, then you accessed this page using the
real Tripod address http://members.tripod.com/~easytest. Click here to reload the site
with the easyTEST domain name.
This is accomplished by creating a frameset document which specifies an invisable frame to keep the domain name in the location bar, and another frame which occupies the whole screen which the page forwarded to is placed. This has the effect of keeping the domain name in the location bar, no matter what address is forwarded to within the frame. If it doesn't matter to your application that the address shown in the location bar of a visitors browser will always
be the same, your domain name, regardless of which page they access, then you can turn stealth on and
the only modification you have to make to the html code on your site is that if you have links to other websites outside of your own site, make sure your links look like this:
<a href="http://www.anothersite.com" target="_top">
(please note the underscore " _ " character before the word " top " - it must be included)
...and that is it.