No matter what hyperlinks I'd click on this site, the URL displayed in my browser bar always remains the same as the starting URL. Unless I right-click on the links and open a new tab. This is the first time I encounter this so I'm not sure what this kind of technology is called and how it was realized with html code.
The entire page is constructed within a frameset. the hosting page remains the same and the navigation is done inside the frames.
if you view the page's source you'll see that it looks like this:
<frameset rows="100%,*" border="0"> <frame src="http://ofb.net/~niniane" frameborder="0" /> <frame frameborder="0" noresize /> </frameset>
the whole browsing is done in the first frame which occupies 100% of the screen
The whole page uses frameset instead of HTML. On click of any link, the page is opened in the same frame