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How to figure out what kind of page I am ckecking ?
Joined: Apr 23, 2009
Apr 28, 2009 18:01:27
When I visit a website, how to figure out whether its an html, jsp or asp ?
I looked at the view source, but was unable to figure that out. Is there anywhere in the source code does it say what kind of page is it ?
Joined: Jan 28, 2003
Apr 28, 2009 18:32:40
These technologies all reside on the server side, and all put out HTML code. It is this HTML code that gets sent to the browser. So no, as a client you can not tell what the server side is using reliably.
Joined: Oct 27, 2005
Apr 29, 2009 01:26:59
The extension may give you a hint (e.g. php, php3, php4 is PHP, asp is ASP, aspx is ASP.NET, jsp and jspx are
, htm and html is HTML), but that's not foolproof:
If your URL points to a "folder" and a default document is used, there is no extension
, mapping rules can map a URL ending in .html to a JSP file or servlet
Other forms of URL rewriting can do the same
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