I am going to be an affiliate of a company based in Florida while I live in the New York City area. The company has a great website with links and pictures of all their (unique) products. I have permission to use their site in my marketing. The only problem is that they have their contact info, name, directions, etc. specific to their Florida location. I don't want my potential customers to see those links but want to have my name, contact info, directions, etc. I need to use their product pages, but not the rest. These pages are quite extensive and they update them frequently. My question is: Is it possible to design a site that has a "frame" that their pages would open up in. This "frame" would cover their links to their contact info, their name at the top of the page, directions, etc. but would allow my customers to browse their products. In other words, this "frame" would cover up their frame with their contact links,etc., but the main part of their page would be visible to my readers. Let me clarify that linking to their site would be via a link. They have one domain name, I have another. Is something like this possible? Thanks for any help!