URL masking, also known as domain masking or link cloaking, allows you to display a specific URL in your browser’s address bar while loading another website’s content. It can also be used to keep a static URL (for example,
www.mywebsite.com) in the address bar when users are navigating to different parts of your website (such as
Please note that FareHarbor does not support URL masking. To protect you and your customers against clickjacking attacks, we use an extra level of security called an HTTP response header (
X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN), which tells web browsers to only display FareHarbor’s content in a frame that has the same origin as the page itself.
Because URL masking uses a frame to display a different website than the domain (origin) in the browser’s address bar, the
X-Frame-Options header will prevent FareHarbor from being displayed when URL masking is used.