This article describes how to set up URL frame forwarding.
URL frame forwarding enables you to load content from another site while displaying your own domain name in the browser's address bar.
For example, if your site uses the example.com domain, you could use URL frame forwarding to display content from a2hosting.com, but visitors would still see example.com in the address bar.
To set up URL frame forwarding, use an inline frame ( element) to load the external content. Additionally, you should define some CSS styling rules to ensure the borders and margins are set correctly for the page. To do this, follow these steps:
Use your web browser to visit your site's domain. The address bar should display your domain name, yet the page content should display the site you specified in step 3.
As you browse content on the external site, the browser's address bar continues to display your domain name. It does not change, and does not include any of the external site's relative paths.
For example, if you load example.com in an inline frame, and then visit example.com/another-page, the browser's address bar continues to display only your domain name. It does not display the another-page relative path.
For more information about the element, please visit http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_iframe.asp.