I can see the points of both sides.  And I try to see it from how I'd 
actually use the web site.

Daniel, you're right on being able to know certain url's to jump right 
into an application.  The Fed Ex example was right on.  I can't remember 
the instance, but there was one site that turned off the navigator bar and 
that upset me.

Joe, I can see why your flow control makes sense.

One thing to keep in mind.  There is nothing stopping people from opening 
more browser sessions.  Instead of feeling a need to jump right into 
xyz.com while right in the middle of order entry, they should just open 
another browser session.  As I type this I have six 5250 sessions, Notes, 
Notes admin, 10 browser sessions, WDSC, 3 Word sessions, Code/400, two 
iSeries Navigator sessions, Excel, etc...

Rob Berendt
-- 
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary 
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." 
Benjamin Franklin 

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