Hiding URL in Address Bar for Responsive HTML5 Azure Output

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Hi,

I am generating the output of a project in "Azure" based Responsive HTML5 Output. I will host it using FTP on a public URL. Suppose it will be documents.domain.com/index.html

By default, the Web browser is showing the complete URL of the topics in the address bar. For example, following URL is being displayed for "Topic1.htm".

documents.domain.com/index.html#t=Topic1.htm

For some reasons, I want to hide the complete URL and show only index.html or the parent domain name for all topics that is: documents.domain.com/index.html or documents.domain.com/

For my project, it is essential to use a Responsive HTML5 based Output and Azure is the most suitable theme for our project.

Please help me to fix this issue.

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Hiding URL in Address Bar for Responsive HTML5 Azure Output

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Hi,

I am generating the output of a project in "Azure" based Responsive HTML5 Output. I will host it using FTP on a public URL. Suppose it will be documents.domain.com/index.html

By default, the Web browser is showing the complete URL of the topics in the address bar. For example, following URL is being displayed for "Topic1.htm".

documents.domain.com/index.html#t=Topic1.htm

For some reasons, I want to hide the complete URL and show only index.html or the parent domain name for all topics that is: documents.domain.com/index.html or documents.domain.com/

For my project, it is essential to use a Responsive HTML5 based Output and Azure is the most suitable theme for our project.

Please help me to fix this issue.

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I suspect you will need to speak to Microsoft, Google and Firefox for starters.

With webhelp it is possible to call the help in what was referred to as a chromeless window. That is nothing to do with the Chrome browser but about the fact that the window did not have any trim (as in chrome on a car). That was something that had to be done by the developers.

I don't know if that is also possible with responsive help but it is something your developers would have to look into, unless someone here has done it. I have not seen any reports of others wanting to or having done that.


See www.grainge.org for free RoboHelp and Authoring information.

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