|Tech Help Q & A
||Why doesn't the address shown in the Address Bar (Internet Explorer)
or Location Bar (Netscape) change when I go to a different page in this
||Because until October 15th, I didn't have "webhosting" but used a service
from forwardingweb.com that
directed you to my personal site when you type in "sharinglaw.net" or any
URL that uses that address. In essence "sharinglaw.net" was like
a framed site, so that the URL by which you enter is the URL you will always
see in the address bar. If this is still happening, it means the
internet tools that direct you to the new location of the site haven't
updated their records yet, and to avoid this "framing" problem you have
to go in through the REAL door, my
URL, if you RIGHT-CLICK
and select "open in a new window", and then you can bookmark individual
pages. (You'll have to click your way back to the particular page
you were on, however, since you will now be in a new window.) AFTER
OCTOBER 15TH THIS SHOULD NOT BE A PROBLEM - don't use my "home URL" after
||Why doesn't the address shown in the Address Bar or Location Bar change
when I go to another address linked from this site?
||Same reason -- so RIGHT-CLICK HERE
and "open in a new window" if you find this annoying. IF THIS HAPPENS
AFTER OCTOBER 15TH, LET ME KNOW.
||Why when I click "back" don't I go to the page I was just viewing?
||"Back to" links at the bottom of a sub-page take you back to the main
page. To go back to what you were viewing, click the "Back" button
on your browser toolbar.
to my home page
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Nachmias Davis, Esq.
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