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HTML Code: How to hide the path or website address?


When we place our mouse over a link the underling "path" is shown at
the bottom of the browser... I want this to be hidden from the view of surfers.

Doe any one know the html code that needs to be added for this purpose?

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  • Archana V Apr 27, 2008


    I am referring to a referral (affiliate) link on my website...

    when some one clicks on the link he/she will see the actual

    site anyway... however I want the path not to be visible at the

    bottom of the browser every time a casual visitor places his

    mouse over the link.

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The path you are seeing (in the lower left) is called the status bar. Without getting overly complicated, the only reliable solution is to use javascript to set the window's status message. Fortunately this is relatively easy to do.

You must add two attributes to the anchor tag:
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If you are running a legit site dont hide it.. Any site I got to that hides where a link will take me I question....

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