What I have done... And it's been a while, is pass my variables via form
variables from one page to another, to avoid them showing up in the url...
And then when I open the new page, I read the referer (?) URL, if the URL
did not match what I expected, i send the page to an error page, this
avoided page hopping, and paramater overrides..  i think...  I don't
remember how complete my testing was, but it was for an intranet app, so I
was too worried...  It wasn't a payroll lookup or anything...   

tim

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Vidal [SMTP:Peter_Vidal@xxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2003 12:38 PM
> To:   web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject:      [WEB400] Avoid the address toolbar
> 
> Is there a way that programmatically we can deactivate the address toolbar
> whenever a specific page is loaded?  I am trying to control "smart users"
> that
> are editing the paths coded in the address box and replacing parameters
> with
> their own.
> 
> Any ideas?
> 
> TIA,
> Peter Vidal
> Pall Aeropower Corp.
> SR Programmer Analyst
> WWW.Pall.com / 727-539-8448, x2414
> 
> "A good player makes himself look good; a great player makes the team look
> good."
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> 
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