Pleeeez, help with html

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Does anybody know how can I view source of an asp or shtml webpage?
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You can't view the real source of an asp page and probably not completely with an shtml site that has server side includes. All that you see in source is the HTML that's generated by the server when the real document is executed on the server.
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You cant view the source of a ASP page unless you actually have the original page on your computer
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Rat wrote:
You cant view the source of a ASP page unless you actually have the original page on your computer


I think that's what I said...*sighs Rat...if you haven't seen it yet, check your PM's. I believe Bigwebmaster just sent you one.
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If you steal from someone, do you have the right to complain when someone steals from you ?

I'm not telling anyone to do this, more or less trying to open eyes here.

Some people that use kazzaa like programs unknowingly give theese programs access to web directories located in My Network Places or the web directories themselves. This makes viewing the source of anything on that system possible.
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agreed joebert. I analyse my company's webtrends once a month and provide a report. A couple months ago, I discovered a hotlinked picture from my company's site at a forum that spiked the bandwidth way beyond normal. The owner, promptly and quickly removed it when I asked. Today I did the same thing (sorta) with another forum that hotlinked the same picture by renaming the original and correcting the code and replacing the hotlinked one with a "bandwidth thief" version. Sooner or later someone will see it and get the point.
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I can say that stealing an image and using it as your own without credit is wrong. But what is worse is hotlinking the picture...your just asking for trouble there

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