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Default It adds a new support to the eComm site

 When we are seeing any thing in a broeser what we see is the domain name , then the page name part and then the querystring part . eg. http://www.subhasis.com/index.asp and if its a dynamic page it may have parameters like http://www.subhasis.com/index.asp?cat_ID = 22 . Now can u sujjest me a method to suppress the whole thing from the domain name itself

     I mean it will show the any page in the site as the domain name

ie. http://www.subhasis.com/

Can any 1 help me for the cause . Thanx in advance for the answers

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