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I think i figured it out. I made a seperate page and made a link. It seems the FRIHOST server adds the home link to every link on the site... :-/
I'm sorry, but that's not the frihost server who does that, but your own browser.
It is called a relative url. It is used quite a lot. If you don't mention the "http" in your link, then the browser will think it is a relative url and thinks it is on top of the url it is in.
Let's say you are in directory x, (??/x/subject.html) and you want to link to an image with a relative url, you should use images/image.gif to reach ??/x/images/image.gif .
You can of course always use a normal link, but you should always add http in front of it.
hehe, wow i didnt know that, thanks ^^
But heres something that may help you out with hiding your full link address: