Software for web pages?

  Steven135 21:29 16 Jan 2004

Is there any way in IE 6 to tell what software has been used to produce web pages?

  phil 11:17 17 Jan 2004

Don't think so but if you right click the page then on view source you can then look in the meta tags to see if there's any mention of it there.

Some software puts it in, others don't.

  Forum Editor 13:14 17 Jan 2004

by default, but there's an option to disable that before you publish your site.

  Steven135 13:29 17 Jan 2004

Thank you

  Taran 16:41 17 Jan 2004

Most mianstream software includes its ID by default.

Dreamweaver gives itself away if you use templates on your pages or if you used the layout tools for creating tables and cells.

The layout tools leave telltale tags like this:



If you use any of Dreamweavers code behaviours it embeds a giveaway MM_ tag that includes other elements of the script being called.

NetObjects, Namo Web Editor, Adobe GoLive and most other editors also include a metatag at the head of the page code identifying the parent program, although you can turn this off in most programs or manually clean it up if it bothers you at all.

  PurplePenny 23:11 18 Jan 2004

The other day I saw a page with a metatag identifying Notepad. The site was quite complicated and I felt that the author wanted us to know that he'd done it all himself :-)


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