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I wasn't sure if this was the appropriate place or not to put this. Sometimes when I go on a particular site I might decide to look at the source code behind that site but get nothing when viewing source. How can I accomplish the same "effect" when developiong my own site/pages? Does anyone know? Would really appreciate any info you could possibly give.
They either hit enter 100 times OR your browser cache is full and it is not displaying it.
Joined: Apr 09, 2002
Thanks Eric. Poor attention to detail. I was going to give you 2 cases but it looks like they aren't 2 cases for 2 different reasons. First case there was an active scrollbar at the right of the page so that site merely had a huge number of blank lines after the headers (looked blank when the source displayed). The second site may very well be what you said. I cleared my cache just recently so when I tried looking at source this time I got it (it's a page with a huge amount of content - thousands of lines it looks like). Thanks for the feedback, I thought maybe there was a way to accomplish this.
Joined: Nov 08, 2001
If there is a way, sites like Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, your bank, me, etc would be using it.