...but they can always find out...!<BR><BR><a href="#" onClick="document.location.href='mypage.asp&# 039;;">click here</a><BR><BR>Or you could change the status bar. Or remove it...<BR><BR>Craig.
so point hyperlinks to a page and append a querystring. Then have that page look up the hyperlink corresponding to the value in the querystring<BR><BR>but even then you could still find out the current URL once you've been redirected<BR><BR>why the secrecy?
I know users can just view the source code and retrieve the link. Just an extra bit of security. It's for an admin tool, I'm passing an id of departments that a user has access to. They could in theory just type in a different departmetid in the address bar and get access to records they don't have rights to.<BR><BR>Just have to come up with some security measures.
If you are concerned about security on these items, you should create login's of some sort. Also, instead of using the actual ID of the department, as said previously, use an alias and query a database with the alias to get the actual ID.