Fun With Source Code
I'm a serial view-source guy. When I visit a website, whether it be for research or leisure, I need to know what their HTML looks like. Do they use a CMS? Which one? Is there anything that this developer does that I could in the future? Which JS library do they use? How much JS do they embed within the page instead of the header? Do they use Google Analytics? Dozens of questions come to my mind.
Recently I was looking at the Komodomedia website and decided to check out the source code. Here's the first thing you see:
<title>Komodomedia » Welcome to the Jungle</title> <!-- // komodomedia v4 - codename expedition aka code commando - go commando hi curious person that is viewing source of my site. now that you are here, i know that you are an uber-nerd. now i can talk about star wars and use my lame han solo voice...see i'm doing it right now. ok, so you are a nerd and you like the codes... the html codes to be exact. well, you are in a semi-decent area to learn. feel free to learn from, analyze, and/or use the techniques used in this site. i'm just a regular dude that learned css/xhtml/js the same exact way you are doing now. whatever you do, don't clone this site. i'll have to hack your site. --> <!-- this is the section where i explain the data, this is data about data, yeah im a dork --> <meta http-equiv="content-ype" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="imagetoolbar" content="no" />
That's what you call fun with source code. Do you do this anywhere? Share!