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Good morning.

I have trouble sometimes looking at code and seeing if it is WP, joomla or Drupal - or if it is hand coded.

one of my favorite sites (i loved the original version) changed.

http://www.glenrocknj.net

Can anyone tell me if it is WP , joomla or Drupal or hand coded

and where do I find clues that indicate that?

thanks!

Julie


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Hi Julie,
Dreamweaver by the looks of the code. Here’s a handy tool to try and sniff more about a given site;

Regards,
Tim.

On 20 Mar 2013, at 12:59, Julie Maxwell wrote:

Can anyone tell me if it is WP , joomla or Drupal or hand coded

and where do I find clues that indicate that?


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Thanks Tim!

Julie

On Mar 20, 2013, at 9:30 AM, Tim Plumb email@hidden wrote:

Hi Julie,
Dreamweaver by the looks of the code. Here’s a handy tool to try and sniff more about a given site;
http://builtwith.com/glenrocknj.net
Regards,
Tim.

On 20 Mar 2013, at 12:59, Julie Maxwell wrote:

Can anyone tell me if it is WP , joomla or Drupal or hand coded

and where do I find clues that indicate that?


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I ddi notice that it does not mention if a website was written in FW though…

interesting

On Mar 20, 2013, at 9:38 AM, Julie Maxwell email@hidden wrote:

Thanks Tim!

Julie

On Mar 20, 2013, at 9:30 AM, Tim Plumb email@hidden wrote:

Hi Julie,
Dreamweaver by the looks of the code. Here’s a handy tool to try and sniff more about a given site;
http://builtwith.com/glenrocknj.net
Regards,
Tim.

On 20 Mar 2013, at 12:59, Julie Maxwell wrote:

Can anyone tell me if it is WP , joomla or Drupal or hand coded

and where do I find clues that indicate that?


Experienced Freeway designer for hire - http://www.freewayactions.com


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Sadly Freeway isn’t a big enough product for sites like builtwith.com to care about. Freeway has its own fingerprints that it leaves throughout the code that will tell you (if you know what to look for) if the site was made with the application.
Regards,
Tim.

On 20 Mar 2013, at 13:48, Julie Maxwell wrote:

I ddi notice that it does not mention if a website was written in FW though…


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Freeway has its own fingerprints that it leaves throughout the code that
will tell you (if you know what to look for) if the site was made with the
application.

If users leave the generator meta tag alone, Freeway Pro leaves a mark
there:

  <meta name="generator" content="Freeway Pro 6.0.5">

But since that can be removed by the user, there’s always the good old
PageDiv to give things away

  <body>
  <div id="PageDiv">

Another, less obvious give-away is the Resources folder - with the capital
“R” - which is usually evidenced in links to images.


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And let’s not forget _clear.gif, which is usually in every page Freeway makes.

Walter

On Mar 20, 2013, at 5:01 PM, Ernie Simpson wrote:

Freeway has its own fingerprints that it leaves throughout the code that
will tell you (if you know what to look for) if the site was made with the
application.

If users leave the generator meta tag alone, Freeway Pro leaves a mark
there:

 <meta name="generator" content="Freeway Pro 6.0.5">

But since that can be removed by the user, there’s always the good old
PageDiv to give things away

 <body>
 <div id="PageDiv">

Another, less obvious give-away is the Resources folder - with the capital
“R” - which is usually evidenced in links to images.


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And let’s not forget _clear.gif, which is usually in every page Freeway makes.

Don’t forget the smattering of fw's scattered throughout.


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Don’t forget the smattering of fw's scattered throughout.

Lol, f-lp, f-fp - and the damned f-ms !


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Lol, f-lp, f-fp - and the damned f-ms !

Wait, you see Lol’s in the code? What have you been drinking? ;-D

It’s odd, I’ve gotten to the point where I can often spot a WordPress based website right of the bat without viewing the source. Drupal and Joomla are close behind. To be honest, without looking at the source, I usually can’t spot a Freeway website (this is a good thing).


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