code/ source

Since Safari has changed the look and feel of page source - I am a bit out of sort.

I like to look into sites source to see if they are:

wordpress

joomla

Drupal

freeway

THere are a few sites I can not find what they are - does that mean they are hand coded or where do I look -
which category under page source etc?

the sites are:

www.vendueinn.com
subway.com

thanks!

Julie


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There might be a “generator” meta tag (Freeway does this) but the author may have also intentionally removed it or any other reference. Or yes, it could be hand-coded or some other reason. Not every tool/application/designer puts their “made with” stamp in the source code.

Todd
http://xiiro.com

THere are a few sites I can not find what they are - does that mean they are hand coded or where do I look


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Also, embrace Safari’s new Developer tools – especially the Inspect
Element… Right or control-click a page element and you not only zoom to
that element in a code window, but can see and edit which styles apply to
it. Of course, the edits are not “real” or permanent, and disappear the
moment you refresh a page. But it is my favorite snooping/troubleshooting
tool so far.


Ernie Simpson

On Fri, Feb 22, 2013 at 12:35 PM, Todd email@hidden wrote:

There might be a “generator” meta tag (Freeway does this) but the author
may have also intentionally removed it or any other reference. Or yes, it
could be hand-coded or some other reason. Not every
tool/application/designer puts their “made with” stamp in the source code.

Todd
http://xiiro.com

THere are a few sites I can not find what they are - does that mean they
are hand coded or where do I look


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thank you! I will practice with that

On Feb 22, 2013, at 12:45 PM, Ernie Simpson email@hidden wrote:

Also, embrace Safari’s new Developer tools – especially the Inspect
Element… Right or control-click a page element and you not only zoom to
that element in a code window, but can see and edit which styles apply to
it. Of course, the edits are not “real” or permanent, and disappear the
moment you refresh a page. But it is my favorite snooping/troubleshooting
tool so far.


Ernie Simpson

On Fri, Feb 22, 2013 at 12:35 PM, Todd email@hidden wrote:

There might be a “generator” meta tag (Freeway does this) but the author
may have also intentionally removed it or any other reference. Or yes, it
could be hand-coded or some other reason. Not every
tool/application/designer puts their “made with” stamp in the source code.

Todd
http://xiiro.com

THere are a few sites I can not find what they are - does that mean they
are hand coded or where do I look


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www.vendueinn.com is a Drupal site

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